Monday morning links serving: The October 19th edition

Maximum PC’s 2010 Technology Preview
As we do every year around this time, we got on the horn with our industry contacts—experts in their respective fields—and pressed them for details about what new and exciting hardware power users can look forward to in 2010. Read on to find out how your personal computing landscape stands to be altered in the year ahead.

24 years of Windows package design
A history of Microsoft’s OS in card and plastic.

130 Halloween Pumpkin Carvings for Your Inspiration
A bunch of amazing pumpkin carving designs that should give you some inspiration for Halloween 2009.

50 most annoying things about the internet
Last month we listed 50 things being killed by the internet. Now here’s a selection of the trends we wish could be consigned to the waste bin – the most annoying things on the web.

The Internet is about to die. Literally die!
One research group continues to claim that the “sky is falling” on the Internet thanks to high data growth rates and that network neutrality means the whole Internet could just “go away.” Ars sifts through the hyperbole looking for a kernel of truth.

Facebook Now Has 30,000 Servers, 25 Tb of Daily Log Data
A look at the fully-packed racks inside a Facebook data center facility.


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