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OK so I know we hate DRM, at least when it's done poorly (which, overwhelmingly, it has been). But it's never been an environmental issue, so I've never brought it up. But Digital Rights Management's constant checking are re-checking that everything is up-to-date and unpirated lowers the efficiency of laudably low-energy devices by up to 25%. Windows DRM reduced play time by 20% to 25% on all the devices that CNet tested. Macintosh DRM, because, yes, Mac is less evil than Microsoft, drained only around 8% of power.
 
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Computer power drain is becomming a bigger deal, especially as prices continue (and will continue) to rise. At least utntil we get that cold fusion thing worked out. Those of www.markwellgroup.com.au us who are concerned about that kind of thing should definitely check out Power Consumption and the Modern Geek, a report from the folks at Extreme Tech. They've done a pretty comprehensive survey of the most significant power drains geeks are most likely to face, and what can be done to limit these juice-hungry boxes without limiting heir power.
 

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AOL's teamup with TimeWarner hasn't brought us much, but they're finally getting the gist of what they really can do!

In2TV is the first ever actual online television network. It's easy on the ads, and the HiQ mode is as good as television ever was back in the 80s. Best of all, it's absolutely free. I don't really understand the buisness model here, but since AOL owns the servers and TimeWarner owns the content, it doesn't really cost them much to look there non prescription cialis provide it.
 
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True geeks will be pleased to hear that the first nine episodes of B5 as well as Kung Fu (TOS) are available and more is to come. That should balance out your displeasure when I tell you that the HiQ application only works with Internet Explorer.

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Just in Case all the Real Fish Die
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Monetizing Google Books
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Google books has, for some time now, allowed users to search the full text of thousands of books, read a few related pages, and then buy hardcopies from booksellers. But now Google is allowing publishers to sell full-text books online. There's still a ways to go, but Google is bringing the paperless book closer to cialis without prescription online reality. I'm stoked. To Google Books
 
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