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Akemi Iwaya

Akemi Iwaya (Asian Angel) is our very own Firefox Fangirl who enjoys working with multiple browsers and loves 'old school' role-playing games. Visit her on Twitter and .

Looking at nebulae with their colors and unique shapes is always a breathtaking experience, one that will take your imagination on an ethereal journey. Bring these beautiful galactic formations to your iPad’s screen with the first in our series of Nebula Wallpaper collections.

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Ubuntu 14.10 has just taken its next step toward a final release this week with the availability of the first round of betas. There are six regular UI flavors and an alternative Kubuntu desktop UI version available for download, so grab a stack of blank DVDS and get ready for a weekend of testing fun!

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There are few things as frustrating as having a program update and suddenly break things that were working perfectly before. Case in point, website text size with the latest stable release of Google Chrome. Is there a simple solution to the text size problem? Today’s SuperUser post comes to the rescue to help an unhappy reader get things back to normal.

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If you ask someone to draw a star, chances are they will draw one with points on it, but why is that? And why do we see points on stars when we look at or take photos of them? YouTube channel MinutePhysics has the answers in today’s awesome video about stars!

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The 64-bit builds of Chrome have slowly but surely been working their way through Google’s release channel system and this week they have finally landed in the stable channel!

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Most of the time you do not need to restart your computer after uninstalling a program, but there are times when Windows will ask you to do so for a particular program. Can shutting your computer down work just as well as a complete restart? Today’s SuperUser Q&A post has the answer to a curious reader’s question.

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Which animal do you think is the deadliest one on our planet? Do you think of something big and ferocious, or something a bit smaller and unexpected? Learn the answer in today’s awesome video!

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The Supernova of 1054 was an outstanding sight when it appeared in Earth’s sky nearly a millennium ago, but how much have we actually learned about it since then? Today’s video from YouTube channel SciShow Space discusses what we now know about this famous celestial phenomenon thanks to modern technology.

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Earlier this year we shared a wonderful collection of Fences Wallpapers with you, and today we are back to surround you with more. Mark the boundaries on your desktop with the second in our series of Fences Wallpaper collections.

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Are you ready to explore lost dungeons and test your puzzle solving skills at the same time? Then pack up your adventuring gear and prepare for a journey into the unknown with Dungeoneer!

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When you are just starting to learn about networks and how IP addresses work, it can all seem a bit overwhelming, but with a little bit of study you can understand how it all comes together. Today’s SuperUser Q&A post helps a confused reader learn about how IP addresses work for his Wi-Fi network.

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Depression is a serious issue that can tear a person down to the point where life is nothing more than a miserable existence, but what exactly is going on ‘inside’ when a person is depressed? Today’s video from YouTube channel AsapSCIENCE discusses some new discoveries that are shedding light on causes and possible treatments for depression.

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The smell that fills the air as a storm approaches is unique and serves as an indicator that inclement weather is approaching, but what causes this smell and where exactly does it come from? Today’s video from YouTube channel ‘It’s Okay To Be Smart’ has the answers!

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Sometimes accidents happen to a USB drive, and you find yourself in a very bad position when your only copy of an important document is on there. When something like this happens, is it possible to fix a physically broken USB drive? Today’s SuperUser Q&A post comes to the rescue for a stressed out reader.

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Do you hate being interrupted in the middle of something important by the sudden ringing of your doorbell? Then how about a way to silence that pesky doorbell on demand? Today’s DIY video from YouTube channel Kipkay shows you how to do it!

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Are you an avid Dungeons & Dragons player who is curious about the latest edition, been away from the game for a bit but want to get back in, or someone who is completely new to the game? Then we have the perfect opportunity to share with you! The Basic Rules set for the latest edition is now available to download for free!

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You can feel a unique sense of freedom when walking through open fields during warm weather, almost as if the world has no limits, free to let your imagination take you wherever it desires. Stroll across these open fields on your Nexus 7′s screen with the first in our series of Summer Fields Wallpaper collections.

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When you think of Mercury, one of the first things you likely imagine is how hot it must be there, but what other unique qualities does this pint-sized planet hold? Learn more about the mysteries of Mercury in today’s awesome video from YouTube channel SciShow Space!

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Most of us fall into the general category of being able to see about one million colors, but based on our genetic make up, we may see far fewer colors or, in the case of a rare few, even more. Learn more about the colors we can see in today’s video from YouTube channel SciShow.

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Optical illusions are a lot of fun to look at and seem to be so much more than what they truly are, but how do they manage to trick our brains like they do? Today’s video shows how our eyes and brain interact with the optical illusions we see and how those illusions are able to trick us.

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When you are in the process of setting up remote file transfer capabilities for your employees, you want things to be as simple and secure as possible. With that in mind, which is better, FTPS or SFTP? Today’s SuperUser Q&A post has the answers for a curious reader’s question.

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Are you looking for some fresh tricks to amaze your friends with? Then you will definitely want to watch and learn from today’s video featuring ten awesome tricks you can perform with ordinary paper!

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Do you enjoy trying to figure out how awesome physics tricks work? Then you will definitely have fun with today’s challenge! YouTube channel Veritasium presents five awesome physics tricks for you to figure out in today’s video.

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Earlier this year we shared an awesome collection of robots wallpapers with you and today we are back with reinforcements. Fill your desktop with these mechanical wonders using the second in our series of Robots Wallpaper collections.

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A horde of zombies has invaded your home area and it is up to you to defend humanity against this vile menace, so pack up your survival gear and get ready to fight. Today’s game turns you loose with a nifty supply of explosives that you must use strategically to demolish the structures where the zombies are hiding!

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