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  1. Britney Spears

    What Program is this user using?

    Hey folks, got a bit of a mystery here. This YouTuber has not responded to my messages asking what program he is using in this video for this really awesome DVD. Can anyone tell me 1.) What is the software 2. Where can I get it, 3. Profit. LOL.
  2. CNET's Daniel Terdiman has spun a spooky Nancy Drew adventure about trying to uncover the origins of a "big and mysterious" thing "rising from a floating barge at the end of Treasure Island" that has "Google's fingerprints" all over it. Treasure Island is a former Navy base located in the middle of the San Francisco Bay. Terdiman couldn't get a look inside the structure, "which stands about four stories high and was made with a series of modern cargo containers." But after a lot of detective work, he concludes its most likely a floating data center. Google even patented the idea for one in 2009. That's less exciting than the story itself, which includes plenty of photos and paragraphs like this: