Monday morning links serving: The June 21st edition

Google Office versus Facebook Office
Which giant would you prefer to work for: Google or Facebook? (skip the youtube video on top, it’s not part of the article)

Top 10 Mac Applications that Should Be on Windows
We love what Microsoft’s done with Windows 7, but when we boot into Windows after spending a good amount of time on a Mac, here are 10 applications we sorely miss.

10 Fun Facts You Didn’t Know About Google
Google (Google) is an unconventional company with a huge stake in our online lives. It is a source of fascination for many, including us, but what really happens in the Googleplex? And what cool factoids and stats exist from the company’s relatively short past?

BP Oil fiasco rendered using Unreal Engine
According to reports, the amount of oil spilling in to the Gulf of Mexico stands at 25,000 barrels a day. Now how much is that in terms of quantity one might ask? We have got the answer for that. We got a video from Youtube which uses the Unreal Engine to render 25,000 barrels. Check it out, its pretty interesting.

New Bill Grants Fed Power to Shut Down the Web
In the event of a national emergency, the bill would grant the power to control, and even shut down, large swaths of the Internet to the National Center for Cybersecurity and Communications (NCCC), a new office created within the DHS by the PCNAA.


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