[QUOTE]USB-3.0 External Drives, Log your benchmarks here: » « Corsair vs Patriot triple channel memory[/QUOTE] Author All Replies Frydays join:2005-10-21 USA •RoadRunner Cable how dangerous are those new bluetrack laser mice ? like the Microsoft Wireless Mouse 5000 MGC-00001 are those realy dangerous it has no on or off button the moment you put in a battery it turns on without warning immediatly shining the dangerous laser at you on the box it says you will be exposed to radiation how and why would they sell the mouse if your gonna be exposed to radiation ? if you have this …

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Is is possible for you to reduce the amount of negative rep I can give from 30 to something more reasonable, say 10? I'd like to occasionally give negative rep but I don't want to completely destroy the member. Maybe there should be a maximum negative rep that can be given.

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Yesterday was, so am I told, [URL="http://www.saferinternet.org"]Safer Internet Day 2008[/URL]. A global initiative driven by the likes of the Virtual Global Taskforce (a network of law enforcement agencies around the planet that work to protect kids online and make the Internet a safer place) and the Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) Centre here in the UK for example. The notion of getting the message across to a wider audience and ensuring kids are safe online is to be applauded, but the concept of a Safer Internet Day is all wrong in my opinion. What is needed is for the …

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Everyone is familiar with social networking sites such as MySpace and Facebook, or virtual world environments like Second Life, but the chances are you have not heard of [URL="http://www.clubpenguin.com"]Club Penguin[/URL] With the acquisition of this virtual world for kids today by the Walt Disney Company, that is all about to change. Daring to be different, and taking the virtual meeting spaces concept to the 6-14 year old age group, Club Penguin has gone from zero to hero in less than two short years, growing to a current subscriber base of some 700,000 paid up members from 12 million activated users. …

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