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Friday IT Fun: Lego Computer, Microsoft Office Prank, More

Feeling a bit sluggish as you reach the end of the week? Give your brain a quick break with this week's Certified Gold comedy links. If you've found something you think other IT pros will appreciate, send an e-mail to [email protected] so we can include it in next week's edition.

  • Infrastructures (xkcd.com) – There's nothing worse than an arrogant jerk's predictions panning out.  

  • The Lego Computer(Legocomputer.com) – Thanks to this site, I've been inspired to create a new operating system using only Lego blocks.

  • Microsoft Office Car Alarm Prank (Youtube.com) – LoJack was also installed in the Office box for those hearing-impaired freeloaders. 

  • How To Use an iPad and Velcro to Do Almost Anything (Gawker.com) – Look for Apple to start selling the iVelcro attachment for $199.95.

  • Batman Vanishing (Collegehumor.com) – This week's random entry illustrates why Batman may want to skip a kung-fu training session to work on his exits.

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