Monday Morning Links Serving: The May 16th Edition

Top 10 Star Wars Fan Films
The classics we’ve listed here are ten of the best Star Wars fan films. Agree with our selections? If not you better have some damn good suggestions, we nerdy bastards only like the best.

5 Reasons Why Skype Will Be an Office Hit
When Microsoft announced its acquisition of Skype, it marked another turning point for many early adopters who have known the simplicity and usefulness of the service since its first days of availability back in 2003.

Top 10 Awesome Android Features that the iPhone Doesn’t Have
We love both Android and iOS, but the open nature of Android just means it can do things others just can’t. Here are our favorite Android apps and features that you won’t find on its Apple-clad brethren.

Revealed: How mini black holes pass through the Earth daily without causing any damage
Science fiction fans know them as dense, sometimes inescapable objects but black holes could be closer to home than you might imagine.

LimeWire Pays RIAA $105 Million, Artists Get Nothing
In the midst of their jury trial, the company behind the defunct LimeWire client and the RIAA settled their dispute out of court. Limewire will pay $105 million to compensate the major music labels for damages suffered. A moment of justice for the music industry, but not necessarily for the artists. The recouped money is destined for reinvestment in new anti-piracy efforts and will not be used to compensate any artists.

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