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Gongol.com Archives: April 2005
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We All Need a Little Humor (4.9.2005)
25 Favorite Sesame Street Moments
For anyone who grew up in the late 1970s or in the 1980s, this should conjure up good memories. And it's actually sincere.

Computers and the Internet (4.9.2005)
As Browsers Diversify, So Do Evildoers
As more people switch to browsers like Firefox, more virus writers are going to start trying to exploit security holes peculiar to those alternative browsers. But a little browser diversity is certainly better for the Internet overall.
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