Full on PC woody - heh 
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Full on PC woody - heh

Okay, with that healthy dose of childish vulgarity out of the way I can get on with telling the story in a more or less straight manner. We all love case modding, whether it's something as simple as adding some extra fans to stop your processor from
Last chance to read 
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Last chance to read

Douglas Adams passed away last month, leaving an amazing legacy of written work, and a multitude of mourning fans. Well, though the man is gone, there may be a collected work of his final projects published some time around the end of the year,
NVIDIA ready to Crush Intel 
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NVIDIA ready to Crush Intel

By now the words Nforce and Crush should be on everyone's lips. These are the two names of NVIDIA's newest product, a fully integrated motherboard chipset. It features onboard audio, graphics, Northbridge and Southbridge chipsets; the technology is
I've got that linking feeling 
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I've got that linking feeling

FrostyTech has been busy putting up some cold, hard reviews of heatsinks, and the latest cooling device to inspire the Frosty lads is the Titan TTC-D4T, among a couple of others that got them chilly around the collar. Here's a taste, but remember,
Telstra BigPond changes ADSL acceptable use policy 
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Telstra BigPond changes ADSL acceptable use policy

Here's something interesting; the uncapped BigPond Freedom plan for Telstra ADSL customers is currently undergoing a revision to its acceptable use policy, aimed at unclogging the network and making the service better for all concerned. Where once
Ebony and Ivory 
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Ebony and Ivory

Sega and Sony - a pair of names born to be uttered to together - have leapt into bed together to bring interoperable online gaming to both the Dreamcast and PlayStation2 consoles. The deal is cream for everyone involved - Sega will begin to release
Who owns your surfing time? 
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Who owns your surfing time?

The Web is an almost infinite, and ever-changing, environment. I don’t think there is any one person who can claim to have surveyed all of this vast domain (except for some very scary people with no lives whatsoever) - however, the vast spaces of
Telstra's ADSL shenanigans get even murkier 
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Telstra's ADSL shenanigans get even murkier

Yesterday it came to light that Telstra BigPond is changing its acceptable use policy to reflect a new 3GB monthly download cap. Outrage to this has been, well, extensive to say the least. One look at our own atomic forums should persuade anyone
More Radeons than you can poke a stick at 
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More Radeons than you can poke a stick at

And what a concept that is. You, a length of birch, or maybe hickory, and so many ATI Radeon cards that you simply cannot possible poke, or touch them all. Is your mind boggling like mine? Then turn your attention to 8Dimensional's Radeon review
By the flickering of my light, some data this way comes 
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By the flickering of my light, some data this way comes

It seems almost every month someone's coming up with some new data transmission technology. Wireless over larger areas, fatter pipes for faster data, but MIT professor Steven Leeb has really come up with something unique - data transmission via
There once was a music sharing service… 
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There once was a music sharing service…

So who remembers Napster? Once upon a time it was the only music sharing service worth belonging to, a cool badge of online courage that loudly decried 'I don't care about copyright, it's all about the music!' Well, not any more. The last nails in
You can take it with you 
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You can take it with you

Adrian's Rojak Pot has just made BIOS tweaking even easier! You know, that sounded so much more exciting in my head… Anyway, regardless of any excitement one may or may not experience from BIOS fiddling, the Pot has begun to publish its BIOS
Yes, we are down 
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Yes, we are down


People don't kill people, fingers kill people 
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People don't kill people, fingers kill people

Okay, so it's not strictly IT related, but since over-concerned American parents have dragged the gaming community into the kiddie-shooter debate, I feel justified posting this up. It appears that rampant gun fear has taken over the school system of
Now, I have seen everything 
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Now, I have seen everything

RealDolls - the latest in artificial sexual technology. Actually, I think they are remarkably spooky, but that could be just me. Regardless, like most things that combine the Internet and sex, these simulated babes are making RealDoll.com a lot of
Telstra - the way it is 
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Telstra - the way it is

Concerned about Telstra’s 3GB cap on Freedom Plan users? A conversation with Telstra representative, Stewart Gray, revealed that there’s more to the new policy than arguing over whether you come close to downloading 3GB per month.

Gray
Putting the mojo back into case modding 
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Putting the mojo back into case modding

Which, I guess, makes it look kind like case mojodding. It makes sense, but only 'cause it's Friday. If it's serious case modding you’re after than you've gotta point your mouse at GideonTech.com's three aprt guide to building the perfect case to
Read all about it! 
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Read all about it!

If you get a chance this morning, pick up a copy of the Sydney Morning Herald and skip along to page eight of the paper. There you will find, in black and white glory, an article on our very own atomic magazine. Yep, that's right, we've made it in
We are not alone 
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We are not alone

DVD is definitely the way of the future. Crisp movie playback, a host of interactive extras, massive amounts of storage, and the size of the medium itself all make for a fine entertainment medium. But (and isn't there always a but) the high price of
Keepin' cool 
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Keepin' cool

At least that's what the inmates of www.tweakersasylum.com have been doing, and they've been doing it in style with the Thermalsonic Thermoengine. They've strapped it to all kinds of things,a nd have found htat not only can it cool your CPU, but it
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