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This week we learned how to migrate bookmarks from Delicious to Diigo, fix annoying arrows, play old-school DOS games, schedule smart computer shutdowns, use breaks in Microsoft Word to better format documents, check the condition of hard-disks using Linux disk utilities, & what the Linux fstab is and how it works.

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Random Geek Links

Another week with extra news link goodness to help keep you up to date.

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Geek Video of the Week

What happens when someone plays a wicked prank by shoveling crazy snow paths that lead to dead ends or turn back on themselves? Watch to find out!

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Photo by CollegeHumor.

Janitor Snow Shoveling Prank

Random TinyHacker Links

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Super User Questions

Another week with great answers to popular questions from Super User.

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How-To Geek Weekly Article Recap

Here are our hottest articles full of geeky goodness from this past week at HTG.

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One Year Ago on How-To Geek

Enjoy reading through our latest batch of retro-geek goodness from one year ago.

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The Geek Note

That is all we have for you this week, so see you back here again after the holidays! Got a great tip? Send it in to us at tips@howtogeek.com.

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Akemi Iwaya is a devoted Mozilla Firefox user who enjoys working with multiple browsers and occasionally dabbling with Linux. She also loves reading fantasy and sci-fi stories as well as playing "old school" role-playing games. You can visit her on Twitter and .

  • Published 12/19/10

Comments (3)

  1. Hatryst

    Now its time for a YEAR IN GEEK as well ;)

  2. cgtdk

    Editor’s note: This comment was removed for trolling. We simply restated what the CNET article said.

  3. Hatryst

    We are not spreading lies. Its what the article says…
    http://news.cnet.com/8301-31921_3-20025767-281.html

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