Do anyone still celebrate Valentine's Day? I'm not sure other countries have this kind of celebration. If you are celebrating: If you are a **guy (girl)** and you are **married** what are you getting for your **wifey (hubby)**? If you are a **guy (girl)** and in a **relationship** what are you getting for your **girl (boy)**? If you are single what are you gonna to do? I'm gonna do nothing. Just work and go home as usually.
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OK, it is very nearly Xmas now which means, if your household is anything like mine, lots of new tech toys to play with. So I'm starting a thread where you can post both what you are hoping to get and then, after Santa has slid down your chimney with his bulging sack, some words about the best bit of tech kit you actually got. I asked for a Pure Vl-61060 Sirocco 150 sound system and know I got it because I happened to answer the door when the delivery man dropped it off yesterday. A full review will follow …
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Tis the season to be giving and if you have a business, it is very important to spread the love. So would you give your clients an virtual good or gift instead? Would you accept virtual gifts from a vendor?
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Either on Facebook or on Second Life, one can spend alot of money by buying virtual gifts and necessity. Whenever I want to send a birthday wish to a Facebook friend, the option of gifts come up but these "gifts" cost real money. I also know I used to spend money on buying virtual protection on Mob Wars. So what do you think about this? Zygna, maker of many of these online games on Facebook, have made millions just from selling virtual gifts. What do you think?
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News Story Eight Crazy Nights of Hanukkah and Linux
Trying to find something for your gelibte this year? Look no further, my Linux Geek's Guide to Hanukkah will help you make the right decisions. [B]1. [URL="http://www.linuxjournal.com"]Linux Journal[/URL][/B] - A subscription to the world's first Linux magazine is the gift that gives you Linux every month for a year. Only $29.50. Such a deal! [B]2. [URL="http://www.thinkgeek.com/geektoys/plush/288e/"]A Stuffed Tux[/URL][/B] - The world's Linux ambassador in the shape of a penguin. A great addition to help dress up that drab gray cubicle. 2 sizes: 6 inch for $6.99USD and a 9 inch for $9.99USD. [B]3. [URL="http://www.neurostechnology.com/"]Neuros OSD Linux Media Recorder[/URL][/B] - A …
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