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We know what you're thinking. If there's anything the internet suffers from (narcism, insecurity, obscenity, an uncomfortable affinity for cats), it's certainly not a dearth of websites dedicated to GIFs. But of all the websites out there created for the sole purpose of flooding the internet with more GIFs, there's none quite like "And Then I Was Like..." Here, there's no fancy backgrounds, dated pop culture references or complicated steps — it's all about you.

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Have you ever wondered what it would be like to walk around on Mars? For 99.99999% of us, this may be as close as we ever get. NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory has given us the honour of taking the lid off of this awesome, interactive eye-candy. Basically it's Google Earth, for Mars.

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Buying a new gadget is hard. We try to help as much as we can! But there are little things you need to know, like the exact size of a camera compared to another camera, before you buy. CameraSize does exactly that.

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You'll either love it or hate it dear readers, but Myer's Chinese based website experiment, which aims to repeal the GST that customers pay on locally sourced goods has gone live today. The problem with the site (Myfind.com) is that the majority of its 'deals' hardly look inspiring enough to make the shift across from cheaper and more established e-tailers.

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Our ISP is currently Comcast, which is probably definitely throttling torrent traffic in this area, but how can we know for sure? Here's how. There's now a website that runs a little test, determining whether your ISP is throttling all traffic, all traffic on well-known BT ports, only BT traffic on well-known BT ports, or nothing at all. The full test takes seven minutes, but it's seven minutes well spent to find out whether you need another ISP. Or if you need to cut down on your PureTNA downloads.

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Yet another piece of Apple news to contribute to your Apple sickness: Apple has changed their web site design. The last time Apple changed its web design was in 2001, marking the introduction of Mac OS X 10.0 Cheetah and its Aqua look. Today, Apple is adopting the unified look of Leopard. About time, I say. –Jesus Diaz

AU: This hasn't happened here in AU just yet, but then, the sun isn't even up yet. -SB

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