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 Sunday, 15-December-2002  21:57:48 (GMT +10) - by Mred32

Wow. That was the quickest weekend I can't remember. Where did it go?

I'll start the news tonight with a couple of simple little flash games. The immigration game and Hitman 2. Thanks Damien and dRed0r.

A 120mm, 125cfm fan to cool your graphics card. Overkill? Maybe. Adrian's Rojak Pot review one from 1COOLPC. Have a read for yourself.

ClubOC are having a Christmas Giveaway with some cool prizes up for grabs. While you're there you can check out their new Athlon XP Unlocking Guide.

Light tape, that glowy, shiny, make your case look cool type stuff, has been reviewed over at SystemCooling. Light Tape by Accent Lighting.

Dan from Dan's Data answers some more letters about things such as questionable fan air flow numbers, anti-gravity machines and electrifying a bicycle. I rode my bike into an electric fence once. Would that count?

TweakTown have had a look at a new CPU cooler from Coolermaster. The HAC-V81 XDream HSF.

An interesting article on The Inquirer. "A Report in the Economic News said that the privately owned Hon Hai Group, also known as Foxconn, has toppled Gigabyte to become the fourth biggest motherboard manufacturer worldwide". So who are they? A quick look at their website shows that they make a lot of other PC related components.

If Internet Explorer is giving you the whoops, there are a number of alternatives available that should suit your browsing needs. Have a look here.

If you are new to Linux then you may want to have a read over here. Freshmeat have a Linux FAQ for you.

And to finish of with. For many of us, life just wouldn't be complete without Google. That ever faithful friend in the never ending search for stuff. Google have released some statistics for this past year and you can see what the most common searches have been, what were the popular songs and much more. Go have a look. Thanks to Iroquois for the last couple of links.

Thats all for now.

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