Monday morning links serving: The September 21st edition

FCC Proposes Net Neutrality
The U.S. government plans to propose broad new rules Monday that would force Internet providers to treat all Web traffic equally, seeking to give consumers greater freedom to use their computers or cellphones to enjoy videos, music and other legal services that hog bandwidth.

“Star Wars” for Your Mind, Heart and Soul
Many utterly mind-boggling art pieces and original creations saw the light of day since our last round-up, and many devoted fans sent us great pieces of trivia and images that we simply can not ignore.

GIMP 2.8 and its (huge) improvements to the User Interface!
Finally confirmed: single window mode is coming for 2.8! But thats not the whole story yet ;) The plan for 2.8 also includes lots of other cool new usability and interaction features!

5 Popular Facebook Scams (and How to Avoid Them)
Just as bearded hipsters migrate from bar to bar in pursuit of young ladies to ogle, so too have scammers and hackers followed their prey from MySpace to Facebook.

Review: Intel vs. AMD processors
AMD and Intel have released new chipsets in a bid for dominance in the value PC marketplace. AMD’s goal was to compete with Intel’s G41 chipset. But in this ever changing game of leap frog, Intel quickly came back with the introduction of the P55 chipset.

Zune HD review
So the time has come for the Engadget review. Does the Zune HD finally match up with Microsoft’s ambition, and can it stand up to the heat and ubiquity of the competition? Read on for all the answers.


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