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From the ‘It happened this millennia‘ Desk:

Just read this off Slashdot, apparently an ancient village has been discovered within two miles of the ancient site known as Stonehenge at a place called Durrington Walls.  Apparently the site has been carbon dated to around 2600 BC, which is around the same time as development of the pyramids in ancient Egypt – i.e. a very long time ago.

Stonehenge has long been a mystery to the historical community; this discovery may indeed provide some clues as to the use/purpose of Stonehenge or the origins of the people who built it. 

Tuning Vista’s Networking Stack 

Here’s a link to an article which shows a nice command line tweak to stop the auto network tuning which might be causing some people headaches.

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