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8 Retro sitcom storylines that couldn’t happen today: Seinfeld, Saved by the Bell, Friends

Another week, another reason to feel ancient. Just as we’d got over the fact Monica and Chandler are now old enough to go on Saga cruises and that it’s been a whole decade since Lindsay Lohan fell head-first into that bin, a new pop culture milestone arrives to plunge us all into a feedback loop…

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Lauren Bravo8 Retro sitcom storylines that couldn’t happen today: Seinfeld, Saved by the Bell, Friends

vTap – possibly the future of video?

vTap launches today, and whilst Kat over at Tech Digest has had rather an unappealing introduction, I found a lot more to be excited about. I spoke to the people behind the service last week, and they're adamant that in The Future, we're going to eyeing up all our news, views and TV programmes whilst…

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Science Monday: Office Clown should get a payrise, says study

No doubt you're familiar with the antics of Tim in The Office. Highlights include the stapler in the jelly, the barrier of box files and the gluing down of the phone receiver. Now, a new study has decided that such tomfoolery has a place in the office, and in fact, enhances performance. Apparently, the effect…

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02 goes BBC with Little Britain, The Office, Doctor Who and more

02 has inked a deal with Auntie for a shedload of exclusive mobile content. Video clips, wallpapers and ringtones from the shows mentioned as well as the likes of I'm Alan Partridge and League of Gentlemen will be provided exclusively to 02 customers from BBC Worldwide. There will be over 300 individual pices of content…

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Heaven Awaits: BitTorrent versus Streaming Internet Telly

Eva Wiseman over at The Guardian has ruined my life. Okay, fine, I exaggerate. She’s "ruined my life" in a "hurts so good" way. In the 24 February 2007 edition of the guide ("TV Quick!") she shared websites that have links to free, streaming television shows and movies. I, being a selfish cow, would’ve kept…

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KimberlyHeaven Awaits: BitTorrent versus Streaming Internet Telly