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Dell adds Wi-Fi, GPS to netbooks — Wired has the specs. I think we’ve reached the laptop-opalypse. Except for the 10 percent of us who’ll wait for Apple to make a netbook that’s not a netbook.

Guessing your Social Security number is not as hard as you think — This Washington Post article doesn’t give away the details on how to do it.

screenjelly Screenshots that move — Screenjelly (pictured at left) lets users record a video of their screen and then send it as a short link to Twitter or email. It’s a classic case of an obvious feature that just hasn’t been implemented by the big OS guys.

Kodak has discontinued Kodachrome color film after 75 years — See the photo below, shot in 1949, at full size. It would look even better on real paper. The Chronicle tells the story. There’s now only one site in America developing Kodachrome.


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