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December 13th, 2008
And the Winners Are…

When Ryan and I originally planned out the schedule for this Giveaway, we thought we'd have no problem announcing the winners on the site by Friday at 8:00 PM Central Time. We thought wrong! There were over 80 people to notify via email that they won, before announcing the winners on the site. Believe it or not, several emails were returned to us which meant that we needed to pick new winners.

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December 11th, 2008
Less Than Two Hours to Enter CyberNet’s Giveaways!

Here's a quick reminder for those of you who want to enter any of the Birthday Giveaways from Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, but haven't actually entered. You have less than two hours at this point to do so. You will only be able to enter until 7PM Central Time tonight, December 11th.

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December 9th, 2008
Recap of Giveaways: Day 2

Day two of Giveaways is done for our Birthday Bash EXTRAVAGANZA, but not completely! Remember that you can still enter to win each of the Giveaways until Thursday evening at 7:00 PM. The Giveaways you'll want to enter for today include:

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December 8th, 2008
Recap of Giveaways: Day 1

Day one of Giveaways is done for our Birthday Bash EXTRAVAGANZA, but not completely! Remember that you can still enter to win each of the Giveaways until Thursday evening at 7:00 PM. The Giveaways you'll want to enter for today include:

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December 8th, 2008
Giveaway: Remember The Milk Pro Accounts

Back in August of 2006, we wrote about a Free Simple Task Manager called Remember the Milk. At the time, Remember the Milk had been around for about a year and they were still in the process of making a name for themselves. Three years have past since they launched and they now have over one million users and their service is one of the best around. With time, it has continued to get even better.

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December 8th, 2008
CyberNet’s Birthday Bash Giveaway EXTRAVAGANZA Begins!

Good Morning, or depending on where you live, Good Afternoon and Good Evening! We are excited to let you know that we are celebrating CyberNet's 3rd Birthday with a Giveaway EXTRAVAGANZA which begins today! Various Giveaways will be posting today, tomorrow, and Wednesday.

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December 5th, 2008
CyberNet’s Birthday Bash Starts Monday

Wow, time sure does fly, doesn't it? It flew by so fast that we almost missed our Birthday! Almost... This past Tuesday, December 3rd, was our official 3rd Birthday. We've taken some time this week to put together another Birthday Bash full of giveaways, just like last year. Unlike last year, we're giving you a heads up on when to expect the giveaways so that more of you will be able to enter.

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November 21st, 2008
When People Get Their Tech Facts Mixed Up…

Several days ago, Ryan and I were at a mall and we happened to overhear a conversation that went something like this:

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November 17th, 2008
New Poll: Tell Us About Your Monitor(s)

If you find yourself sitting in front of the computer for hours on end during a days time, a nice LCD monitor can really make a difference. Compared to conventional CRT monitors, flat screens are sharper, and thus a little easier on the eyes. Over the last several years, the prices have come down as well which means it doesn't take long to save up for one.

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November 7th, 2008
Helpful Tip: How to Create a Distribution List in Outlook 2007

Here's a helpful tip for those of you who have just started using Microsoft Office Outlook 2007, or you've been using it but haven't figured out how to create Distribution Lists.

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October 31st, 2008
New Poll: What Do You Think of Google Chrome?

Now that Google Chrome has been available for about two months, we thought we'd take the opportunity to poll CyberNet readers to see what they think of it. For those who may not yet know what Google Chrome is all about, it's Google's free web browser that launched into beta in early September. We originally asked what you thought of it a day after it launched and got mixed opinions.

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October 29th, 2008
Daily Switching Between Vista and Mac Causing Brain Confusion

April was a big month for us. Some of you may recall that it was then that we took the plunge and bought MacBook Pros. Thinking back, our first week was a bit painful. It took time to "re-train" our brains to think differently.

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October 15th, 2008
What We’ve Been Up To…

Hi guys (and gals!)! We've been getting emails over the last month or so asking what we've been up to since we cut back our writing schedule. Now that life has calmed down (a little), we thought we'd share just what it is that's filling our time these days.

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October 14th, 2008
Apple’s New 13-inch MacBook and 15-inch MacBook Pro

Over the last several weeks, you may have heard people talking about "supposed" changes Apple was going to make to their MacBook laptops. Some of what we heard turned out to be just rumors, but much turned out to be true.

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October 10th, 2008
Gmail IMAP Functionality Gets Turbo Charged!

One thing Google has really done a good job of is implementing a few unique features into Gmail that other mainstream email services don't offer. To give you an example, IMAP support. Of course some services do offer it, but many, especially those that are free, do not.

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October 8th, 2008
Google Goggles Help You Keep Your Dignity

Google is always thinking of you, aren't they? Okay, maybe not always, but today they are thinking of those of you who tend to uh, have a few too many drinks on the weekend, to put it nicely. When you are in a state of inebriation, you may do things that you regret like send random text messages or email.

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September 26th, 2008
Should Microsoft Un-Bundle Apps From Windows?

When it comes down to it, what most people want in an operating system is stability. They want something that works well out of the box, and they really don't care too much about the extras that come with it because they can always download them at their convenience.

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September 23rd, 2008
A Look at the First Google Android Phone

Today was a pretty big day for Google's Android project with the unavailing of the first Android powered phone at the T-Mobile Google Android Event. Making an appearance at the event was Google's own Sergey and Larry. Apparently they were trying to come in with a bang, because they entered on rollerblades.

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September 20th, 2008
New Poll: Do You Use the Default Firefox Theme?

Calling all Firefox users! If you're a Firefox user, we are wondering if you stick with the default theme or if you venture out and find a custom theme. There are hundreds of themes out there that appeal to users for various reasons whether it be the colors or something else.

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September 19th, 2008
View the First Three “I’m a PC” Ads

Some of you are probably already sick of the Microsoft Ad campaign, so if you are just skip this article. We've been following the whole campaign, so it's a must that we show you the latest three "I'm a PC" ads. These latest ads are the first since Microsoft decided to switch their focus a bit.

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