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Once upon a Christmas holiday long, long ago, we find the original Craigslist and a very confused Santa.

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If you’re in the mood for a little Christmas Day rock spectacular with guitar riffs and jets of fire–and we certainly are–this video is not to be missed.

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From the website: A comprehensive and extensive chart of the Batman logo evolution, spanning over 72 years from 1940 – 2012 to map the transformation of a timeless hero.

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If you build a tiny desktop Doctor Who TARDIS, how can you simulate the massive interior of the alien space ship? With augmented reality, of course.

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It’s frustrating when publishers don’t offer digital versions of their books; 1DollarScans makes it easy to digitize books, magazines, and manuals for use on digital devices.

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Last month we shared a collection of cool Star Wars papercraft snowflakes with you; now we’re back with one more just-in-time set for some holiday decorating fun.

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If you have excited little ones in your house and you want to keep an eye on Santa Claus as he makes his global rounds this Christmas Eve, these two handy Santa Trackers will help stir up a little extra Christmas excitement.

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Your computer stores low-level settings like the system time and hardware settings in its CMOS. These settings are configured in the BIOS setup menu. If you’re experiencing a hardware compatibility issue or another problem, you may want to try clearing the CMOS.

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Windows 8 has a new File History backup system that replaces Windows 7’s backup tools. However, Windows 8 still contains the Windows 7 backup tools. They’re particularly useful for creating full system image backups.

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We have already shown you how flexible the Linux shell can be, but that’s not to say Windows is any further behind. Here’s two techniques you can use depending on your shell preference, cmd or PowerShell.

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This week’s edition of WIG is filled with news link coverage on topics such as Mozilla Firefox 20 will speed up page loading times, an Apache plugin is turning legit sites into bank-attack platforms, spyware on rental PCs captured users’ most intimate moments, and more.

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Are you a writer? Or a word geek? If you write anything or play word games, dictionaries, thesauruses, and other reference tools can come in handy. We’ve found some useful offline and online tools for looking up words, finding synonym, or building words in Scrabble.

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As 2012 draws to a close, we can think back on all the good things that filled our lives this year and look forward to 2013 with hearts full of hope and excitement. Celebrate the arrival of the new year on your desktop with our New Year’s 2013 Wallpaper collection.

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Many visions of the future have been shown in movies over the years…some of them good and some that are close to nightmares. Travel through these possible futures with this super-cut collection put together by Eclectic Method…

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