Monday morning links serving: The November 2nd edition

uTorrent 2.0 To Elimininate The Need For ISP Throttling
BitTorrent Inc. is about to launch a completely improved implementation of the BitTorrent protocol that will benefit both users and ISPs. uTorrent 2.0, which is currently being tested by thousands of people, will eliminate the need for ISPs to throttle or stop BitTorrent traffic, and will optimize the download experience for its users.

15 Free Guides That Really Teach You USEFUL Stuff
15 useful manuals with nearly half a million downloads. Initially available only for subscribers now released for everyone to enjoy.

The 3 Phases of Owning a Computer
Phase 1: The Honeymoon – Phase 2: The comfortable Phase – Phase 3: Behold. The Dinosaur.

Giz Explains: Why Every Country Has a Different F#$%ing Plug
Ok, maybe not every country, but with at least 12 different sockets in widespread use it sure as hell feels like it to anyone who’s ever traveled. So why in the world, literally, are there so many? Funny story!

Top 10 Apps that Boost Your Media Center
Streaming video, digital DVD backups, DVR recording—it’s all possible from your TV-connected media center, and you don’t need a system administrator to pull it off. These 10 apps make filling and controlling your media center PC even easier.

HTML 5: What Does It All Mean?
A HTML page that has absolutely nothing wrong with it is taken, and improved. Parts of it become shorter. Some parts become longer. All of it become more semantic. It’s awesome.

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