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Your Work Wardrobe Could Affect Your Performance

We already know that dressing appropriately for work is usually part of the condition of many of the jobs out there. Dressing inappropriately could result in not getting that job, getting fired for it, or even just giving the wrong impression. Uniformed jobs have it the easiest, let’s face it that removal of choice makes […]

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Defending Microsoft: Europe’s blatant favouritism of Google, Apple

The European Union this month has shown blatant hypocrisy and favouritism as they bring down a US $730 million dollar fine on Microsoft for…. wait for it…. daring to include Internet Explorer with their operating system, Windows 8. Specifically, that Microsoft failed to include a “browser ballot” screen in Windows 8 that lets users choose […]

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Keep Calm and Rape A Lot: T-shirts for Men of Sick Taste

An online business selling t-shirts on Amazon has incurred the wrath of the world for selling mens t-shirts with the following slogans in giant print across the front: “KEEP CALM AND RAPE A LOT” “KEEP CALM AND HIT HER” and “KEEP CALM AND KNIFE HER”. After waves of complaints, the vendor has (been forced to?) […]

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Terrorism and Game Design: Gamer Fined $50,000 For Mapping Montreal Metro

When popular games are released to the public, quite often a level generator is also released, so that enthusiastic and creative gamers can design their own levels and share them with the world. This is nothing new; it’s been going on for, well, decades, and is most common among FPS (first-person shooter) games. As games […]

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Apple, Adobe, Microsoft: Thieves to answer to Australian Federal Enquiry

You know how songs on iTunes in the US are 99c? Well in Australia they’re $1.69. That’s seventy cents extra for the same file, stored in the same data centre, sent at the speed of light across cables that have nothing to do with how Apple operates. Now, considering that $1 Australian dollar currently buys […]

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