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Friday IT Fun: And This Week's Nominees Are...

Instead of watching that long and boring acceptance speech from the winner of Best Sound Mixer, check out these links instead.  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. Also, keep up with us all week long on Twitter.

  • Who We'd Cast for a Microsoft Movie (Redmondmag.com) - We've done the hard part of finding actors that look like the tech leaders. Now comes the easy stuff: writing a script, gathering funding, finding a director, scout location, rights acquirements…
  • Unveiling Grotesque New MacBook (TheOnion.com) – Don't try to turn it off... You'll only make it angry.

  • Flying Cars (xkcd.com) – Hey, we have circular robotic vacuums that don't work too well. What else do you need?

  • Oscar Talk with Mike Tyson (FunnyorDie.com) – The star of Toy Story 3 shares his Oscar insight. (NSFWish for Tyson's potty mouth.)

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

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