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Friday IT Fun: Procrastination Is Your Friend

I'll write this deck later...

Hey, forget that work piling up and just check out these links instead. 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.

  • Antivirus Programs (TheDogHouseDiaries.com) – Ever wonder what happened to that annoying Office Assistant Paperclip? He's now working for antivirus vendors.

  • iPad Unboxing Porn(YouTube.com) –  (Safe for work.) Forget those stuffy, technical unboxing videos. These guys make taking stuff out of packaging sexy.
  • The End of Online Anonymity (Cracked.com) – While Internet privacy may be slipping away at the hands of corporations and the government, we still have the masses boiling over with nerd rage to fight the good fight.

  • Double Rainbow Song  (YouTube.com) – What's better than an immensely popular Internet viral video? Filtering that video in an auto tuner to create a hilariously catchy song.  

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