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ANOTHER SITCOM GOODBYE
First it was Seinfeld, then it was Friends, now, another favorite odd couple is retiring from the screen. Entering its eighth and final season, Will & Grace closes its NBC run with 15 Emmy nominations. The last season of Will & Grace premieres 8:30 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 29.

iPODS LOSING POWER
Regular or mini iPods are losing their power, not as a cultural force but as a technological piece of equipment. Due to a settlement reached by Apple last week, hundreds of customers are receiving pages and pages of paperwork regarding their iPods. The point is that if your iPod is losing battery charge there are two options: wait two weeks to get a new iPod if it fails the battery test, pay $64.00 for a brand new battery ( again if it fails the battery test ), or receive $50 to any purchase made in the Apple store.

FACEBOOK GETS A FACELIFT
Just as a side note, thefacebook.com has been going under some superficial reconstruction. Addicts can read all about the upgrades on the login page.

August 30, 2005

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