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Monday, September 20, 2010 –

Quote To Live By:

“Freckles, I got so many answers to your question, I wouldn’t even know where to start.” – Sawyer from LOST

Up Front:

Why Did B-Movies Vanish From Theaters [WSJ Speakeasy]


Microsoft Finalizes its Latest Supercomputing Operating System Release [ZD Net]
Pandora, Now Playing on TiVo Premiere [TiVo]
First Picture of the BlackBerry Storm 3 [Berry Review]
iTunes Preview: VLC Media Player [iTunes]
AT&T Adds Notebooks to Its 3G Lineup, Launches Pay-As-You-Go Plans [Liliputing]


Mortal Kombat Developer: Sony PSP 2 is “Pretty Powerful” [Maximum PC]
PC Game Digital Sales Have Now Outpaced Physical Sales [Crunch Gear]
Final Fantasy XIV Text Issue Turns Chocobos to Horsebirds [Destructoid]


Weekend Box Office: A Victory For Grownups? [A.V. Club]
Flank Steak Special of the Day [Daily What]
Archie Comics Equates Obama With Palin [Bleeding Cool]


Apple Buys Swedish Face-Recognition Company Polar Rose [9-to-5 Mac]
Hollywood Rallies Behind Senate Bill To Combat Online Piracy [LA Times Company Town]
Rights Group Says Syria Detained Teen Blogger [AP]
IBM To Acquire Data Specialist Netezza For $1.7B [WSJ]


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Boba Fett Plush Backpack (80s Tees, $45)

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