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DoMyStuff.com is an online community where busy people can quickly find Assistants to complete their chores.

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Amiga.org is not just for the times when your computer breaks down,  you can pop in anytime and have a decent chat.
The highlighted article is  `A letter from John Cleese to America...`

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Videos and podcasts now available from The Onion.

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Hum,
check out the other Avatars that Karlos from Amiga.org has used in the past at Avatar Graveyard

Credit Karlos (At A.org)

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Hum,
News does not have to be boring...
Check out this site.

WrongPla.net

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aljazeera.net has removed their science section...

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Launch video of Al Jazeera English

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New Astronomy Freezine From Nepal
Visit www.kosmandu.com to download the new astronomy freezine in pdf format.
Write a review about the magazine and support Nepalese astronomers.

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Al Jazeera is to launch its English-language news and current affairs channel on November 15.
The Al Jazeera Network announced on Tuesday that the channel, part of the network and the sister channel to Al Jazeera, will begin broadcasting from its Doha headquarters at 1200 GMT on that day.
The Al Jazeera English-language website is being relaunched at the same time.
The announcement of the channel's forthcoming launch coincides with the 10-year anniversary of Al Jazeera, the network's Arabic-language channel.

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A one-time aspiring science fiction writer from the Highlands claims his internet forum on the genre is now the largest in the world.
Brian Turner, of Nairn, launched his Chronicles Forum six years ago.
This year it has been getting 5.5 million hits a month and 13,000 people from all over the world are registered to the sci-fi and fantasy site.
People log on to the forum to discuss books, films and programmes such as Doctor Who and Star Wars.
Mr Turner, who works in internet marketing, said he started out by trying to generate interest in his own work through the internet .

"I was originally an aspiring writer, but when my own writing didn't get anywhere I started the forum and it has just exploded. People just found it by word of mouth. It grows by about 10% every month and the traffic keeps going up."

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A nice clean and informative astronomy website

www.astronomynz.org.nz/news/astro_news_week.htm

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