The only total lunar eclipse of 2010 will be visible from all of North America on Monday night/Tuesday morning. The last time we had a lunar eclipse on the winter solstice was nearly 500 years ago.
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The new Google Cr-48 notebook doesn't have the standard Caps Lock key you see on other keyboards. Is this the beginning of the end of Caps Lock? Will anyone miss it? (via Bits and Pieces)
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Even the people that work on Extreme Makeover: Home Edition are surprised by the generosity of others. Especially those who have every reason not to feel generous.
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Trollquotes: Or, 32 Ways to Make Geeks Rage. Then watch him/her get mad all over again when they realize what you've really done.
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Parasitologist Susan Perkins started the blog Parasite of the Day to highlight a different parasite for every day of 2010 -the UN International Year of Biodiversity. As the year comes to a close, she's posting the 12 Parasites of Christmas. (via The Loom)
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When a roller coaster cab became stuck at the top of a hill, the passengers started rocking it back and forth to get going. Of course, that triggered an inspirational YouTube remix.
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Christmas Tree Fads and Fashions. These are not your grandmother's Christmas decorations.