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Friday IT Fun: Happy 100th Birthday to IBM

In honor of the tech company's centennial birthday, there will be no links having to do with IBM in this week's edition. 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.

  • Love/Hate Smartphones (TheOatmeal.com) - Remember the days of sitting through SportsCenter without already knowing the scores?  Thank you technology.
  • Next Comic Book Hero (PCWorld.com)In brightest day, in blackest night, no evil shall escape my sight.Let those who worship evil's might, Beware my power... Steve Jobs' light!

  • 5 Reasons Why Internet Access in the U.S. Is a Disaster (Cracked.com) – What we lack in broadband speeds we make up for in our amount of political scandals caused by carelessness on Twitter.

  • If You Have To Ask, You Can't Afford It (million-dollar-pc.com) – I don't think this bad boy will have any cooling problems. Seen any unique or crazy PC setups? Let me know at cpaoli@gmail.com.

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

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