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Friday IT Fun: Going Meta

What came first: the Internet or the Internet link? Really makes you think. 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.

  • Password Reuse (xkcd.com) - Even if you think Google is the evilest thing since evil sliced bread, just remember, they could be even eviler-er.

  • Animated GIF Music Video (BoingBoing.net) – I want Issac Asimov to try to predict future history with this knowledge base.

  • 6 Insane Foreign Memes (Cracked.com) – It's good to see that Americans don't have the market cornered on wasting vast amounts of time and potential on the Internet.

  • Dotage (Penny-Arcade.com) – Well, Microsoft made over $200 million this week on day-one sales of Halo Reach. If they want to finally find some mobile success with Windows Phone 7, they should just call it the Master Chief Phone.

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