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Pancake Day... Just think of it... spend your ENTIRE day - EVERY MEAL - eating Pancakes! It's Pancake Day -- the European alternative to Mardi Gras! Believe it or not, this all pancake celebration does have religious meaning. It's the week before the beginning of Lent - and traditionally Europeans have chosen to devour an endless stack of Pancakes since they are the richest type of food that can be consumed quickly - before the 40 days of fasting required for lent.

@eviecowen pancakes for breakfast, pancakes for lunch, pancakes for dinner, pancakes for pudding. could I really ask for anything more? lush. ♥

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Windows Phone Series 7.

@ScuttFarkus tweets: Windows Phone 7 Interface: Microsoft Has Out-Appled Apple?

Microsoft has unveiled the next generation of Windows Phones - Launching the Windows Phone Series 7... though there are a lot of questions about the new line of phones, Microsoft says they will not be answering ANY of them until their MIX10 conference -- held in March in Vegas - Microsoft promises that the phones will be available for sale in time for the 2010 holiday season.

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The buzz goes on with Google Buzz - this time around... with their Privacy Policy Blunder. @kmburnham tweets: Google admits testing of Buzz was insufficient.

Google is sorry... they didn't mean it! Even as observers worried over privacy concerns - google tried to quell the fear - promising that privacy issues wouldn't be... well... an issue. BUT - guess what... it happened! In setting up buzz to "auto - follow" everyone it's enrolled gmail users chatted with or emailed, buzz leaked gmail users email records...From communications with ex's to friended competitors - many users have suffered from googles lack of discretion. As google works to "fix" the problem - they are now allowing Gmail users to opt out of the new service and are making it easier for them to hide their followers and who they are following.

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