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January 23, 2009  |  

Friday Links #35

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Open Wide. Now Wider… - Gadgetwise Blog - NYTimes.com – Phillips new 56-inch Cinema 21:9 TV, a 1080p LCD HDTV is a super-wide aspect ratio designed to exactly fit the dimensions of wide screen movies.

Wise Disk Cleaner 3 Free - Free software downloads and reviews - CNET Download.com – Picks off some files that CCleaner misses.

Formal Apology Form – Might be a good one to spring on the wife next time she’s tiff’ed at you.

The Size of Internet to Double Every 5 Years - Based on data collected at six month intervals between December 2001 to December 2006, the researchers claim that the Internet doubles in size every 5.32 years

Two Very Useful Web Apps To Get The Most Out Of Netflix | MakeUseOf.com – FeedFlix claims on spending 2.99 per movie which is above average (meaning I don’t cycle through movies as fast as others).

Surprise! Silverlight 3 sessions announced for MIX09 – I was mostly a forgone conclusion but now it’s official.

5 Twitter improvements we're still waiting for | Webware – CNET – Filters would be very nice indeed.

Giz Explains: Why the Windows 7 Taskbar Beats Mac OS X's Dock - There’s been a lot of talk about how the new Windows taskbar is a rip off of Mac’s Dock. It isn’t and here’s why.

Microsoft Web Platform Installer v1.0 Released! - Get the Microsoft Web development stack here in one easy download.

Toolmonger » Blog Archive » Frog Tape – Using technology found in disposable diapers, this tape creates a barrier at the edge of the tape which prevents water-based paint from bleeding underneath.

List of unusual deaths – Some of these are way better than the Darwin Awards. It’s surprising how many people died from too much laughter. I thought it was a joke but there is really a condition called Fatal Hilarity that can cause death.

nerdplusart.com | New Version of Kaxaml with Support for Silverlight 2 RTW – Kaxaml is a great tool for editing and tweaking xaml in a visual environment. Not a complete or complicated as blend but way better than the Visual Studio editor.

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