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Monday Night (8 Comments) (link)
 Monday, 19-September-2005  23:53:31 (GMT +10) - by Agg

Yaarr, me hearties. Tis I, Mad Sam Flint, here to ward off scurvy with a healthy serve of tasty news. So rest your peg after a hard day's swashbuckling and take heed - that is, open up your buccaneers and listen.

First up, Saturn's tiny moon Enceladus may have liquid water, making it a possible new frontier for old sea dogs like us.

If you find RealPlayer messes with your mizzen mast, keelhaul it good and try these alternatives instead, on PCMech.

The black gulls are circling over Tokyo, with the Tokyo Game Show 2005 on recently. The dread pirate Soc spotted a pile of booth babe pics, but none of them really float my boat.

Tis mangy pirates bent on cursed gold that write the latest viruses and worms, it seems.. not just young pups getting their kicks.

Many a quick blade slipped into the briny depths at the recent World Cyber Games US National Finals, covered by XYZComputing. They also interviewed the author of a Linux book, which is of no interest to me, coz ye can't be pirating Linux! Harrr!

ARP have been busier than a blind man with his pants full of bilge rats, adding even more info to their BIOS optimisation guide.

3DAvenue cast a beady eye over the Sapphire Radeon X800GTO Ultimate PCI-E video card, and have a rogue's gallery of pics to share.

Those mutinous dogs at TechPowerUp are in league with NVIDIA! Or at least, they have sneaked some peeks, with a Platform Update as well as some PureVideo and G70Go info.

Meanwhile PenStarSys have updated comments on the CrossFire criticism of late. Insert token piratey comment heaaaarrr.

Alas, the parrot needs feeding and it's time to swab the poop deck, so it's up anchors for me. I wish you good plunder and safe sea-farin'.. until next yaaaar!



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