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1927 One OS To Rule Them All



1927 One OS To Rule Them All

Gun Rights Radio Network

Foundation of Human Understanding


Trucker Tom Podcast 1162 — Download Google Chrome OS/X !!!



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Google Chrome OS/X

Republicans Denounce Pelosi for Warning Against ‘Incitement’

Reporter Sneezes the Wrong Way in Front of Secretary SebeliusRepu

House votes to deny all federal funds for ACORN

Under fire, Napolitano halts projects for review

Argentine Congress debates media reform law

Obama helps strengthen General Electric-Putin ties

Mad Man: Is Glenn Beck Bad for America?

‘Smart Trash’ concept could reinvent recycling with a cash incentive

Public opinion a good predictor of terror attacks: study

Oddball stars explained

Taiwan scientists develop sperm ‘efficiency’ kit

Out of darkness, sight: How the brain learns to see

Evaluation of standard liver volume formula for Chinese adults

FDA requires strong amputation warning on sedative

Blogs, like traditional advertising, can help predict product sales

A Real Keyboard for the iPhone?

New NASA temperature maps provide ‘whole new way of seeing the moon’

Now, Even the Government Has an App Store

Facebook Says Its Finances Are Looking Up

Verizon Boss Hangs Up on Landline Phone Business

Music industry wants performance compensation from iTunes

Google Chrome for Mac release by end of year

Apple predicted to release new iMacs, MacBooks in weeks

Hands on: limitations of Google Fast Flip make it a noveltyiTu

Home Depot 1999: Forbids Suppliers to Sell Online; 2009: Tweeting For Customer Service

How did Craigslist manage to become the king of classifieds?

Bing usage jumps 22 percent, now at 10 percent share

Report: Skype founders sue eBay; could complicate Skype sale

Gene Therapy For Colorblindness?

Advanced Solar Panels Coming to Market

Signal Discovery? A Los Angeles scientist says living cells may make distinct sounds

Why You Want TV Everywhere – Now

Could Twitter be worth a billion BusinessWeeks?

LIFE photo gallery of old cars

The 15 most toxic places to live

Verizon Defends Unsexy Smartphone Selection

France ‘Three Strikes’ Rides Again

Rogers Offers 21 Mbps Wireless Broadband

Omigili Figures Out How To Hack Google For Real Time Results

Google releases Chrome 3

Zune 4.0 software now available

MySpace, Hulu and others roll out in Windows Live this week

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Trucker Tom Podcast #1160 — Never Too Old To Learn



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Never Too Old To Learn

Five New York Homes Raided In Terrorism Probe

U.S. Senate denies funds for poverty group

‘Pimp & hooker’ catch Brooklyn staff

Republican Lawmakers Turn Up the Heat on ACORN

ACORN Story Grows But Mainstream Media Refuse to Cover It

ACORN Under Investigation After Undercover Video

NYC = Nanny State? Health Dept. considering smoking ban in parks

U.S. senator promises look into cellphone-cancer link


Google Fast Flip

Google Fast Flip

Obama Calls Kanye West “Jackass”

Possible T-Mobile-Sprint merger could rival AT&T in subscribers

Japanese RIAA wants server-side music DRM for mobile phones

Google unlocks data restrictions, announces Data Liberation efforts

Sprint extends unlimited plan to businesses; Shares jump on acquisition rumors

E-commerce sites: You have 2 seconds to load your Web pages

The 10 smartphones that emit the most radiation

Bing Adds Visual Search Option

Man awarded $63k for Ketamine “overdose” at hospital

NASA Announces Screening of Space Shuttle Artifacts

What to Do If You Saw an ‘Antivirus’ Pop-Up Ad

What to Do If You Saw and 'Antivirus' Pop-Up Ad

Researchers discover the first-ever link between intelligence and curiosity

World’s Most Powerful MRI for Humans Opens New Vistas in Diagnosis

Neurons found to be similar to Electoral College

You’re never too old to learn

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Trucker Tom Podcast #1158 — Are Wolves Dysfunctional?



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Are Wolves Dysfunctional?

US Shifts Policy, Willing to Meet 1-on-1 With North Korea

U.S. to Impose Tariff on Tires From China

White House Blames Media, False Reports for Scare Resulting from Coast Guard Exercise

Shooting suspect offended by anti-abortion material

Police: Shooting suspect offended by anti-abortion material

Mich. man charged in 2 deaths, wanted to kill 3rd

Anti-abortion activist shot in front of Owosso High School

Summers: High unemployment for years

Is America coming apart?

Texas governor sends Rangers to Mexico border

Sarkozy calls for carbon tax on imports

Tax authorities raid Argentina’s biggest newspaper

Insiders sell like there’s no tomorrow

Bomb Threat Forces Evacuation of DC TEA Party Planners

S.C.’s Wilson Rakes In $750,000 in Less Than 48 Hours

Wilson hires professional Tweeter

Federal deficit hits $1.38T through August

Census Bureau severs ties with ACORN in 2010 count

ACORN Fires More Officials for Helping ‘Pimp,’ ‘Prostitute’ in Washington Office

Obama sets stage for using budget maneuver to pass health reform

Gold Climbs to 18-Month High as Dollar Weakens; Silver Gains

Study shows steady decline in AT&T brand perception

Ballmer teases iPhone-toting employee; iTunes LP comic book

Apple releases Mac OS X 10.6.1, security updates, more

DoJ decides that Microsoft-Yahoo deal deserves more scrutiny

Last.fm Scrobbles coming to a radio near you on October 5

Nerve cells have an energy efficiency an engineer would love

OTOY’s Jules Urbach: Cloud computing ‘threatens’ game consoles, Blu-ray, PCs [interview]

New innovations in Deep Brain Stimulation surgery

YouTube: Popular for ignoring the recession

AT&T Officially Launches Hulu Clone

Zune HD to remain US only, for now

Protected fear memories

Twitter Says Your Tweets Belong To You

Employees spill beans about Bing 2.0

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Bing — I Like It



Bing.

While I’ve been waiting to pick a load up this morning at Naugatuck, Connecticut, I decided to check out Bing.Com. I’d heard a bit of positive buzz about it, but nonetheless approached it with a skeptical eye.

To my surprise, Microsoft has actually got something great going on with Bing.Com. I frequently do Google image searches, and up until this point Google consistently had the best image search results. Now Google finally may have some competition.

I liked Bing so much, I have temporarily changed my FireFox default search engine to Bing. Over the next few days I will try to live with Bing as my search engine and see if it will work for me.

Bing seems adept at finding stuff I’ve never found via Google before.