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Friday IT Fun: Technology Can Be Dangerous

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  • Applied Math (XKCD.com) - Math: Using logic to prove that the most logical concept isn't logical.
  • The 25 Most Creative Designer Resumes (Jobmo.co) – Apparently, attaching a note to a rock and throwing it through a potential employer's window doesn't work anymore.  

  • Kinect Fail (Gizmodo.com) – New video game technologies like Kinect now make it possible to injure yourself worse by mimicking the sports activity than if you were to actually play the sport.

  • Why I don't Cook at Home (TheOatmeal.com) – I wish I could just have food delivered to me telepathically. Hitting all those digits and talking to an actual person is too much of a hassle.

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