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"Competent, family-friendly film," aka just revisit your favorite #RatchetAndClank game
Competent, family-friendly film misses mark on character development, action scenes.
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Stick to the Matchbox cars, apparently.
Out-of-date Web app on Maisto.com causes site to attack its visitors.
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"A Wild West-style grab bag of total overhauls, useful gameplay, and graphical tweaks—along with legally questionable uses of other companies' copyrighted content."
New Steam Workshop support allows for uploading of arbitrary ROMs.
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But who owns BoehnersLucifer.com?
Republican consultant beat him to the punch, re-directed it to charity donation page.
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And so came the orchestration of the great DNS server shutdown, which ultimately was blamed on Obama.
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This is still a Chromebook?
There may not be a big audience for $500+ Chromebooks, but it'll like this one.
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+Joshua Wilkins chill the fuck out.  I am not saying what people do with it or whether it's bad or good.  It literally is a browser, that's what Chromebooks are built to do.  And that is why I said, $500 dollars for a browser.  Most people wonder why anyone would pay that much, so put away your soapbox and leave me out of your personal internet feuds.
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Like speed chess, but for a courtoom #OracleVGoogle
Jury may see a whirlwind of dozens of witnesses in a few short weeks.
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This is the type of nerd comedy we deserve folks.
Review: If you like kittens and sarcastic humor, this movie should be on your agenda.
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To each their own I guess. This one is a solid "meh" for me.
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"Those videos offer an escape that's slightly different from the feeling you get playing Dark Souls 3 or watching Steven Universe. Watching something you could do yourself, but wouldn't for whatever reason, gives you a taste of that life without the repercussions of actually living it."
Watching people eat enormous amounts of food is catharsis at its best.
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This gives a new meaning to "food porn"
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Let reader @KinChanPhD tell you. "Been using Vivaldi for two weeks. Used Firefox for years, have tried #Chrome, but this is clearly better."
Review: Ultra customization, clever tab management breaks from Chrome, Firefox.
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I decided to try Vivaldi and it's really growing on me. It might just replace Chrome as my daily browser.
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How love of a good (insane) late-night infomercial led to a front row seat for the #Trump University origin story.
We witnessed The Donald's foray into "university" education.
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In its own BK lounge-ish way, Vivaldi is the browser that lets you have it your way
Review: Ultra customization, clever tab management breaks from Chrome, Firefox.
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Chrome doesn't show http in the address bar. It basically is the "default". It shows everything else. So if you don't see anything: it's http. If you see something, it's that.

I downloaded and installed Vivaldi. It's alright. It's not bad. But it's not something that's going to make me drop Chrome/Firefox/Edge. That trio's only problem is complicated menus. I'm not saying that options are bad, I love options but the way the menus are organized is terrible in all of them.
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