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All these eggs and Easter is already over.
KONAMI cheat FTW!!

Source..... +Moritz Tolxdorff 
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WORLD • HUMANS
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John Lennon - Imagine (official video)

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Ah, memories. I played almost all of these games.
Watch this: 'Go right,' a compilation of side-scrollers new and old
http://vrge.co/Kkj0xL

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So turns out IPL's big League of Legends announcement was about a weekly show on YouTube. I was hoping for a big tournament or league, though.

The show seems like it's off to a good start: Funny and entertaining ("The guy who only plays Poppy").

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I just found out that you can connect to the League of Legends chat using Adium/Pidgin/other-jabber-capable-clients. I already knew it was using Jabber because of some error messages I saw but I thought they'd blocked it for other clients than their own.

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Feeling in awe of the cosmos - 20 billion times the mass equivalent of Sun, trying to fathom:) superblackholes?

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EU officially agrees that nobody reads terms of service agreements.

The European Commission is planning to stop Facebook's practice of harvesting your political opinions, sexuality, religious beliefs, location and so on and sharing that data with advertisers without explicit user permission.

The new rules will apply to other sites as well, but Facebook is currently serving as the poster-boy for abusive personal data-harvesting.

Here's what's interesting: The sign-up terms of service agreement authorize Facebook to do this, but nobody reads these things. Facebook's is 4,000 words long: http://www.facebook.com/terms.php

What the EU is saying, essentially, is that getting users to agree to a long-winded user contract does not let companies off the hook for informing users.

In other words, it's now assumed that nobody reads terms of service agreements (which is true).

What does this mean for the whole industry of software EULAs and online terms of service user agreements?
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Minecraft 1.0 yeah!

Not sure about the pocket edition for iOS though, it just lacks most of the things that in my opinion define Minecraft as what it is.

It's tempting nonetheless.
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