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I have previously posted about the Google Global Science Fair, and to recap for those who have not read that article – the Google Global Science Fair is an opportunity for young scientists to showcase their skills and projects to a global audience. This project is an initiative by some of the folks at Google who are eager for youngsters to get their Science on.

How long will submissions still be open for?

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Google Global Science Fair 2011

What does Google, CERN, Scientific American, Lego and National Geographic have in common?

Science, apparently.

This year marks the first year that Google will be holding it’s annual Google Global Science Fair.

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I was in a bit of a conundrum with this press release offered to me by Cerebra. I am a FLOSS pundit, and here is a release announcement of Internet Explorer 9.

I decided to run the article in any case, partly because I like Cerebra – they seem like a fun bunch, and partly because IE is improving, albeit not as quickly as the other browsers are. It is still behind in some key areas.

Read on for the full press release, posted verbatim, and a poll at the end. OOH, it also includes the chance to win a holiday!

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A crowdsourced web. Doesn’t sound too new does it? How about a collaborative crowdsourced web? Is there a service that makes this possible?

Imagine a web service where you can collaborate with a whole social network always there to help you solve your problem.

Evly.com aims to provide a service such as this, and it is launching Monday 22 November.

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Daily Tech News Snippets, where we bring you a tiny selection of tech like news from across the globe along with snarky commentary.

Today we have a precursor to some of the issues that would plague the Internet, Virgin giving the Total Cost Of Ownership argument the finger and cheaper Internet Access, soonish.

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Daily Snippets, Yo.

Some interesting thing, no preview here though – dawg – you better read inside…

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Daily Snippets Time.

Today we bring you Win XP’s birthday, and news about Windows 8. Also of interest is news on the Jailbreaking of the Apple TV.

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Daily News to wet your appetites for geek uptodateness.

Today we bring you an interesting anniversary, Linux helping to set a world record and Israeli troops making some really basic mistakes…

Oh, and a few more as well…

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Daily Snippets for Tuesday.

Today we bring news of Rwanda dealing with Fibre problems, Google back in China, Companies possibly paying for your personal data and more!

Have a look..

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Yes, Snippets, For Wednesday. Here. Now.

Read:

Fabook offering temporary logins for public computers,

and,

Checking your online status while driving == BAD IDEA

and – MORE.

Have fun, there is a Jab at Apple in there (again) and also news on Linux replacing Microsoft at the London Stock Exchange…

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