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5 short links for today #19

1. I'm up here, boys: “Windows 7 launch is a lot like seeing an old girlfriend suddenly show up on your doorstep…”. Possibly the best Windows 7 analogy I have read ever.

2. Microsoft Fix it Solution Center is a site where you can browse or look up some common errors encountered in Windows and other Microsoft products and get the solution. This is an official Microsoft support site.

3. LiteFlick: Another site that make uses of the Flickr API to bring a string of most interesting pictures of the day. Pictures can be filtered by various tags.

4. Newspaper Comics: The comics page is one of my favorite page in a newspaper. And I know I’m not the only one. Another newspaper comics lover has created this online archive containing hundreds of old comic strips.

5. Tips and Tricks for Google Sites: A great collection of guides to help you customize your Google Sites website.


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