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Rendering HTML In Your Head? Bad Idea!

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If you thought the security holes in Internet Explorer were large enough to push a G-class star through, then you haven't seen anything yet.

Users Outraged At Non-Porn Domain Typos

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College student Jacque Johnson was getting ready to show his buddies the new XXX website he had found. But instead of being greeted by the fine specimens of BobsHouseOfT-and-AHotChicksUnlimitedXXX.com, he was horrified to see a "Say No To Sex" website produced by a church group.

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Latest Linux security threat: Alien hackers

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According to a scientific report, planet Earth's computers are wide open to a virus attack from Little Green Men.

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How To Turn Windows Into Linux And Become L33T

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Some windows junkie has put together a shockwave animation making fun of linux and its users. Don't go unless you have a sense of humor.

Linux trademark stops train

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A TRAIN DRIVER slowed Germany's rail system to a halt after he mistook a giant toy penguin for a dead man in a tuxedo.

Senator Seriously Injured After Jumping Off Cliff

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In a bizarre incident last week, U.S. Senator Fattecat (R-Washington State) fell off a 30-foot high cliff and sustained several broken bones. His spokesperson claims that the whole thing was "an accident", but the Humorix Vast Spy Network(tm) has uncovered the real reason for the cliff jump: the MPAA told him to.

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Baseball Warns Against "Information Piracy" At World Series

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In a harshly worded statement, Major League Baseball reiterated its policy against the unlawful dissemination of game information without their express written consent. To enforce this edict, all cell phones, cameras, scorecards, abacusses, and all other devices capable of storing information will be banned from within two miles of all World Series games.

Study: Moore's Law Does Not Apply To Clues

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In a dramatic new study to be published in next month's issue of the Journal of Anecdotal Evidence, researchers have concluded that the quantity of available clues is only growing at a slow, linear rate. While computing power might double every 18 months according to Moore's Law, the same growth rate does not apply to cluedom.

Building Evacuated After SCO Unix Discovered

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One of the IT guys accidentally discovered that the company's phone system, purchased second-hand a few months before, was running on a SCO Unix server. "I had no choice... I had to evacuate the building and shut down all operations!"

Greece Demands Reparations For Ancient Intellectual Property Violations

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Calling it the "greatest copyright violation in the history of civilization," the government of Greece issued a statement today demanding that Italy provide reparations for all of the countless ideas that were stolen by the ancient Romans.

Programmer Implements Linux As ActiveX Applet

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In what could be the greatest programming achievement since the invention of curly braces, James Hacker has successfully shoehorned a bare-bones Linux distribution into an ActiveX applet running under Internet Explorer and Windows XP.

And Now A Word From Somebody Else's Lawyer

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From Mr. N. O. Humor, Attorney at Law, Kil and Profit Law Firm, registered in some random, obscure, easily-bribed country:

Dear Mr. Morals,

I found your "And Now A Word From Our Lawyers" article to be in violation of several of the patents and trademarks of our customers:

Five reasons NOT to use Linux

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Linux isn't for everyone. Seriously. Here are my top five reasons why you shouldn't move to Linux...

And Now A Word From Our Lawyers

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In light of recent developments, the Humorix Legal Department decided that we should publish the following disclaimers and notices to avoid any potential lawsuits or fiaSCOs.

Aliens Patented Our Universe!

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Scientists have long been searching for a theory that will solve one of the biggest embarrassments of modern physics. Now a group of researchers have developed such a radical theory involving the holy wars between computer operating systems.

Google Unveils Filter System For Websites

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With Yahoo rapidly expanding the size of its search engine database, Google has decided to take a different approach: shrinking the size of its universe by removing the crud that no sane person (marketing weasels excluded) ever wants to look at.

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