The Sony Controversy, How to Build a Small Network, and more!
Well folks, it's time to cover what's been going on this weekend. Sony has decided to stop(temporarily) including their controversial software with their CDs. No word on what kind of software they'll include next. In a related subject, the Electronic Frontier Foundation has dissected part of the Sony-BMG EULA. Wonderful stuff, really. Anyone remember the good old days when your buddy would put a couple songs on a tape for you, and no one even cared? These days it seems like it was only a wonderful dream. In a time with enforced restrictions, secret software, and machines that can decipher the latest Pop Hit, the music scene doesn't seem to have the same magic it once did.
"Hey folks, we've gone back and updated our Nvidia GeForce 6800 GS roundup and added a few more reviews to the list. If your still looking for information on Nvidia's latest addition to the 6800 series, click the link to find all the reviews you'll need to help you make an informed decision."
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