Monday morning links serving: The April 7th edition

Trim Down Windows to the Bare Essentials
When you’re installing Windows in a virtual machine or on old, slow hardware, you want the leanest, meanest and fastest-running configuration possible. Let’s take a look at a few ways to trim down your Windows installation so that it takes up less space on your hard drive and eats less RAM while it’s running.

Kid-Proof Your Home Theater
Words of wisdom for those of you who have a nice, expensive home theater setup.

The 101 Coolest Easter Eggs Hidden in Your Software, DVDs and Video Games
The Easter holiday may have already passed, but every day is an Easter-egg hunt for software, DVD and video-game sleuths. These nifty nuggets hold intentional hidden messages or features.

How to Deal With Bully Bosses
Do you have a bad manager? Someone who makes your life miserable all week by criticizing your every move? Experts offer their tips on handling bully and toxic bosses.

Coming soon: superfast internet
At speeds about 10,000 times faster than a typical broadband connection, “the grid” will be able to send the entire Rolling Stones back catalogue from Britain to Japan in less than two seconds.

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One Response to Monday morning links serving: The April 7th edition

  1. The grid is an alternative to the internet specifically for large research companies (such as CERN working on the LHC) and isn't planned to be available to the average person.