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Nokia and Intel Group Up To Develop WiMax

0x54524F4C4C The Gold Dream of the Slashdot Reader (91 comments)

It starts with the reader (TR) sitting in a Virgin Galatic ship, going to visit the moon. Having his Apple x86 iTablet patched to run Fedora Core 17 connected via hi-speed WiMax, he can see his own ship launch be ascii/unicode broadcast live through one of his nerdy friends Vlogs, while peeking at some online pr0n stuff and downloading the latest Michael Jackson album from BitTor. In the way to the moon, some nanomechanisms spawn from his computerized clothes designed at the MIT by Negroponte himself take care of his personal hygiene (since he can't do it himself being busy with Wanda and Lara, which are actually 2 truck drivers that impersonate booby girls in the IRCng channels). While playing Katamari-Rollback with his ps3 supercomputer, he blogs his impressions about the trip using a mind control apparatus that fires ultrasonic waves into his brain. With a sup of tutti-frutti Kool-Aid, he reloads Slashdot to read some more dupes and FPs and Trolls.

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