There are do it yourself centers popping up all around the world. If you want to get involved take a look at this. http://blog.wired.com/gadgets/2009/03/hackerspaces.html This looks like a neat way to do some of the projects you always wanted to but never had the tools or anybody to help you with. I know I have a lot of projects I would like to do but I am very limited on the tools needed to do it.
Sun wrote a nice article to show off and try and sell some hardware. Interesting idea nonetheless. http://www.sun.com/featured-articles/2009-0325/feature/index.jsp
Maybe I turned my Mac Classic into a fish tank a little to early. I could still get some use out of it if only I had known. http://cultofmac.com/25-years-of-mac-classic-macs-still-at-work/7468
I still have my Mac SE with super drive it should suffice.
Here is an interesting article that tells a little about the top 10 IT hot spots and why they are an IT hot spot. http://www.pcauthority.com.au/News/140574,top-10-it-locations.aspx
If you want to see pretty much any browser except Google chrome slow down to a crawling halt check out Google’s Chrome Experiments: http://www.chromeexperiments.com/ There are some very neat web applications and advanced scripting. Hopefully this gives a little push to the rest of the browser available.
Tired of the I’m a PC or I’m a Mac commercials? Linux has a grassroots video contest for I’m Linux. There are some pretty good videos here: http://video.linuxfoundation.org/category/video-category/-linux-foundation-video-contest
Video Gamer did an interview with Bill Roper about the art direction of Diablo 3. Here is the article http://www.videogamer.com/news/diablo_3_what_bill_roper_thinks.html
Here is a nice read write web articles about Botnets and how to determine if you are a part of one. http://www.readwriteweb.com/archives/is_your_pc_part_of_a_botnet.php
Here is a nice article about breaking 802.15.4 AES128 with ZigBees. I am not really sure this is breaking it but an interesting read nonetheless. http://travisgoodspeed.blogspot.com/2009/03/breaking-802154-aes128-by-syringe.html
This is one awesome computer.