Monday morning links serving: The November 29th edition

Top 10 Registry Tweaks that Power Up Windows
The Windows registry is a mysterious place, but if you’re comfortable editing it, you have the power to tweak nearly every Windows setting you can imagine. Here are 10 of our favorite registry tweaks that make life easier.

How to Buy an HDTV
If there’s one thing that actually sorta makes sense to buy on Black Friday, it’s an HDTV—many are crazy discounted. But picking out an HDTV can be a big ball of suck. That’s where this guide comes in.

iPad 2 rumored to bring a Retina Display, more docks, and a camera
Reports out of Taiwan are now saying that Apple will utilize a Retina Display, but if they do, resolution will have to increase from the current 1,024 x 768 and 132 pixels per inch to somewhere well north of 2,048 x 1,536.

RIAA Getting Desperate: Now Blames Journalists For Its Piracy Trouble
The music industry has gone off the deep end. Now they want to lay the blame for music piracy on PCMag.com’s doorstep.

Inventor of web criticizes Facebook and cable ISPs
Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the world wide web, wrote an editorial explaining the major problems facing the web today including Facebook, closed systems, and cable companies.

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