Links of the day (NYC edition)

Here are some links to enjoy while I am traveling and not thinking straight

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I've been in NYC this week freezing to death and suffering with random wi-fi access. I have been running around all day so here's some links just so you know that I still care. My Virgin America flight out here didn't have Wifi. I am hoping to score tomorrow on the way back.

Links of the day 12/3/08:

Should Microsoft buy itself some cool?
-- Yes, Microsoft should buy Twitter.

Microsoft's Massive ratchets up in-game ads
-- In-game ads are the next big thing until they get annoying (they will)

Shoot to Thrill: Bio-Sensory Reactions to 3D Shooting Games
-- Science proves that video games are great

China Internet cafes switching to Chinese OS
-- The headline's a bit misleading as the cafes are apparently being forced.

Adobe cuts 600 jobs
-- CS4 is not great and Adobe's pricing should be about 20% less

"Trial By Fire" TV Pilot Debuts Tomorrow Night
-- This looks kinda good. Guy has to do stuff or suffer the consequences.

How to Watch YouTube Videos While Working on other Tasks
-- Duh. I should have figured this out