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Friday IT Fun: Twitterific

Why should IT Fun be limited to only Fridays? Get daily doses of the funny through our new Twitter feed. If you've found something you think other IT pros will appreciate, send an e-mail to cpaoli@1105media.com so we can include it in next week's edition.

  • How To Trick an Online Scammer... (TheAtlantic.com) - While I think these scammers should be brought down a peg or two, going after them is almost like challenging your 80-year-old grandmother to a footrace…

  • Kitten Rescue (DontEverReply.com) – Time, prepared to be wasted. Whether this guy's e-mail pranks are real or not, they are all pure comedic gold.

  • Zuckerberg! The REAL Social Network Movie (Babelgum.com) – At least Zuckerberg didn't just "borrow" Fincher's version and slap his name on it.

  • Never Say No to Panda (YouTube.com) – I've gone on record many times about my intense, rage-filled hatred for pandas. This week's random link helps to prove my point that these waste-of-space animals are nothing but big jerks.

And because it's hard to get people to do anything without a little incentive, one lucky reader who signs up for our new Twitter feed will be randomly selected to receive the timely and highly practical MCSE Training Guide: Internet Explorer 4, plus a T-shirt. Add it now!


 

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Chris Paoli is the site producer for Redmondmag.com and MCPmag.com.

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