It FEEEDS. It GROOOOWS.

We all read blogs – as evident by your reading of this blog now. But we don’t all read blogs all the time and we don’t all subscribe to RSS feeds. We do. So, to make it easier for people who don’t, we’ve collected a series of this week’s posts from a series of blogs that we follow.

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Feed Proxy WITH BOOBS.

We all read blogs – as evident by your reading of this blog now. But we don’t all read blogs all the time and we don’t all subscribe to RSS feeds. We do. So, to make it easier for people who don’t, we’ve collected a series of this week’s posts from a series of blogs that we follow.

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Feed Proxy at Summer’s Conclusion

We all read blogs – as evident by your reading of this blog now. But we don’t all read blogs all the time and we don’t all subscribe to RSS feeds. We do. So, to make it easier for people who don’t, we’ve collected a series of this week’s posts from a series of blogs that we follow.

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Feed Proxy 24th/01/2010

We all read blogs – as evident by your reading of this blog now. But we don’t all read blogs all the time and we don’t all subscribe to RSS feeds. We do. So, to make it easier for people who don’t, we’ve collected a series of this week’s posts from a series of blogs that we follow. Read more of this post

iPC

Alright so I thought it would be fun to impartially compare my iMac running Snow Leopard with my PC running Windows 7. I thought it would be even more fun if I did this without any fanboy bias interfering with my comparison.

So I went out and bought a $1500 iMac.

Okay, well, that’s not true. I did buy one, but I didn’t buy it for this silly comparative review. That would be ridiculous. I don’t care about these blogs that much. But I did buy an iMac and I do have an iMac so thought, hey – why not compare it with my PC to see which is better?

Now, I’m going into this with a huge preference for Windows 7. I’m also going into this with my PC being the machine that I use most, while having a Laptop that also runs Windows 7. But despite all of this I do not dislike OS X. I’m not one to look down at a person for preferring Macs or for being Apple fanboys (not anymore than I would someone for being a Windows fanboy, anyway) and so I’m hoping to consider and judge both objectively. And so we begin.

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Feed Proxy 17th January

We all read blogs – as evident by your reading of this blog now. But we don’t all read blogs all the time and we don’t all subscribe to RSS feeds. We do. So, to make it easier for people who don’t, we’ve collected a series of this week’s posts from a series of blogs that we follow.

Source: Lifehacker.

1-in-50 Twitter users is Australian. [Link]
Boot up your laptop in a lecture with peace of mind. [Link]
For Chrome users. (I’m not quite a Chrome user on this PC, yet.) [Link]
This is the dumbest case of XP nostalgia I’ve ever come across. [Link]

Source: Gizmodo.

145 Consoles in one shot. [Link]
TWHIRL. [Link]
Seriously, we need to just let South Australia go. [Link]
PORN. [Link] [Link]
Google is really kicking China’s arse this week. [Link]
Microsoft, on the other hand, suck. [Link]
Oh, and let’s not forget the good old delusional Nintendo. [Link]
Because, clearly, Piracy is the greatest evil in this world. [Link]
A TROLL IN THE DUNGEON. [Link]
I hope stacking games horizontally doesn’t really damage the disk, because I stack ALL OF MY GAMES that way. And I have quite a lot. [Link]

Source: Kotaku.

lol box art. [Link]
Nintendo (lol) and Sony have recently said pretty much the same thing. Yay, says my wallet. [Link]

Source: Somebody think of the children!

20 worst cases of Censorship in Australia in 2009 [Link]

Source: Has Boobs, Reads Comics.

Comic Book Movie news! [Link]

Source: Defamer.

Nice try, guys. [Link]
More Spider-Man 4 news. [Link]
This is why we all love MX. [Link]

Feed Proxy 10/01/10

We all read blogs – as evident by your reading of this blog now. But we don’t all read blogs all the time and we don’t all subscribe to RSS feeds. We do. So, to make it easier for people who don’t, we’ve collected a series of this week’s posts from a series of blogs that we follow. Read more of this post