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Google's Donating Money for Every Tab You Open

"Google has partnered with five charities for Chrome for Cause. These are The Nature Conservancy, Doctors without Borders, Charity: Water, Room to Read, and Un Techno para mi País. To contribute, all you have to do is download the Chrome for a Cause extension for Chrome and start opening tabs. Google is only running the program from December 15 through to December 19 and it's capped at $1 million so be sure to get moving on this as soon as possible for maximum warm and fuzzy feelings.

Mini-Me in upcoming Live Show!

In an upcoming Live Show I'll have a Mini-Me made by Sculpteo. Sculpteo Sculpteo is now offering its popular online 3D printing services to United States’ customers.

Live Show Giveaways/Contests

3dGameMan.com Live Shows are thrilling enough now, but now they've gotten even better. Most upcoming Live Shows will include a Giveaway(s) or Contest(s) for a cool product(s). The madness begins on Dec. 11, 2010, so be sure to tune in as you could win. Also, please take a second to spread the 3GM love to your friends and family. Tweet people tweet ;)

4chan rushes to WikiLeaks' defense, forces Swiss banking site offline

"The forces of Anonymous have taken aim at several companies who are refusing to do business with WikiLeaks. 4chan's hordes have launched distributed denial-of-service attacks against PayPal, Swiss bank PostFinance, and other sites that have hindered the whistleblowing site's operations." | more

Uncomitted sex and prospensity for 1-night stands maybe be genetic

"So, he or she has cheated on you for the umpteenth time and their only excuse is: "I just can't help it." According to researchers at Binghamton University, they may be right. The propensity for infidelity could very well be in their DNA." | more

How the FBI nabbed a Russian spam king in Las Vegas

"On October 30, Oleg Nikolaenko flew from his home in Moscow to JFK airport, and then on to Las Vegas. He checked in to the Bellagio Hotel, where he attended the Speciality Equipment Market Association car show, a show he had attended last year as well. Bad move—because the feds nabbed him in Vegas just before the show ended, leaving his wife and young son back in Russia. At a November 4 hearing before a judge in Las Vegas, Nikolaenko needed a Russian interpreter and a public defender, but it didn't take much interpretation to see that he wasn't about to go free.

Amazon pulls WikiLeaks plug

"Amazon has pulled the plug on WikiLeaks, the site that earlier this week began releasing a mammoth collection of confidential U.S. State Department diplomatic cables." "WikiLeaks servers at Amazon ousted," said WikiLeaks around 3 p.m. Et on its Twitter account. "Free speech the land of the free ... fine our $ are now spent to employ people in Europe." | more

Real-life gadgets for real-life superheroes

"Yes, there are real-life superheroes. And no, we’re not just referring to firefighters, paramedics, and other heroic people who we’re used to seeing coming to the rescue of others. We’re talking about costume-wearing, identity-concealing, cool-name-having people who fight crime, pollution, or other evils in their own communities, on their own time, and at their own risk. Many of them actually patrol the city streets, ready to intervene if they see trouble brewing – and being ready includes having the right tools.

Turn back the clocks Sunday

"On Sunday, Nov. 7 at 2 a.m., time will revert back to standard, giving everyone an extra hour to sleep in." | more

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