Monday morning links serving: The September 17th edition

Nine Ways to Make Your Mouse Roar
Here, I’m going to compile nine tips for energizing your mouse. Because it’s common for people to use mice without referring to any documentation, I’ve found that some people are very surprised by these tips.

-Official Gmail Blog: Top 10 little-known Gmail features (Part 1Part 2)
Gmail has a bunch of lesser-known feature that can end up being very useful once you get to know them. I’ve put together a list of my top 10 favorite features that you may or may not be familiar with.

Thirteen Tricks to Motivate Yourself
Because we all need help sometimes.

Beyond Wikipedia: 20 References You Can’t Do Without
You may not know this, but there are actually a large number of online references available to you that aren’t Wikipedia. Now don’t get me wrong, I love Wikipedia sometimes, bont don’t forget, it’s not all you have.

How to install 145 operating systems on one PC
3 versions of DOS, 5 versions of Windows, and 137 flavors of Linux on 152 partitions.

How The Memory Cache Works
The memory cache is a high-speed memory available inside the CPU in order to speed up access to data and instructions stored in RAM memory. In this tutorial we will explain how this circuit work in an easy to follow language.

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