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Stanford University has hit a new low. In what looks to be an effort to stay off of the Motion Picture Association of America's list of worst downloading universities. Stanford has decided to start issuing $100-$1000 reconnect fees if you don't respond to a DMCA complaint.

Looks like Vista/Server 2008 will be Microsoft's last 32-bit versions of Windows, after that it's going to be 64-bit and beyond.


Dell is finally going to pull its head out of the sand, and the first order of business is to start selling their machines with resellers. That's right, they're seeking out worldwide reseller partners to shovel their goods to.

More and more, people are taking a look at Linux. The latest to take a nibble? The New York Stock Exchange. A transactions will cost half the price it did compared with when they were running the old systems.

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