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Dwight Howard slammed with 35k blogging fine

Dwight Howard is being fined 35,000 dollars for a recent post on his blog page. He highlighted the disparity between himself and other players in regards to the number of fouls called each game. He claimed the referees were biased, making him feel like “There was nothing I could do our there and I felt like I couldn’t even move without getting that whistle blown on me“.

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I’m sure there’s a lesson to be learned here somewhere, but for Dwight Howard the lesson learned today is an expensive one.

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Bug Me Not!

Bugmenot.com is a name most of you probably aren’t too familiar with. Let me fill you in. This website is created by users who are sick and tired of registering for websites. Users who have passwords and user logins for websites such as wsj.com or nytimes.com submit them to bugmenot; next, people enter the url of the website they wish to login, and bugmenot sends them the appropriate information. No more pesky passwords!

Don’t trust me? check it out yourself…

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Creative Commons

The website Creative Commons is designed to allow users greater access to creative works, as stated in their “about” section: “We work to increase the amount of creativity (cultural, educational, and scientific content) in “the commons” — the body of work that is available to the public for free and legal sharing, use, repurposing, and remixing.”

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This is a great website to explore and use to help expand your educational boundaries. I highly recommend utilizing this website

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Engadget = smart buy

Engadget is a website obsessively devoted to reviewing and critiquing the latest in electronic gadgetry. From the iPad to the new Playstation, Engadget covers everything including the specs and capabilities of the electronics. In my opinion, having a website like this is very useful and can help users and customers make well informed decisions – especially given the economic downturn.

Engadget logo - click on picture to go to the website

Engadget logo - click on picture to go to the website

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Picnik reinvents the art of photo editing

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The website Picnik has managed to circumvent costly and tiresome photo software by creating the first browser based photo website. Because of this, Picnik receives millions of hits every month from users all across the world looking for cheap but effective editing software. But why listen to me? See for yourself, click the link above…

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