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Microsoft has given itself less than eight years to find another billion PC users. To help meet that goal, the company has pledged to sell $3 bundles of Windows XP and Office software to governments that provide schools with free computers. That's about 2 percent of the cost of Office alone.

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According to a new study by researchers at Florida State University, many Americans disapprove of their boss' behavior. Twenty-three percent said their superiors blamed others to protect themselves while 31 percent reported getting the silent treatment.

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The creators and star of the hilarious BBC series "The Office" made two humorous training videos for Microsoft in 2003, under the condition they would never be made public. But they have been leaked to the Internet, and already Microsoft got YouTube.com to take them down. Lucky for us, GoogleVideo still has them up. (watch them)

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The National Journal just published the new salary list for Oval Office employees, and Think Progress deliciously singled out a few who definitely aren't earning their money. For instance: Deborah Nirmala Misir, the ethics advisor, earns $114,688; Stuart Baker, director for lessons learned, earns $106,641. There's a "director for lessons learned"? Where's his office? A solitary confinement box at Guantanamo?

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The disgraced former congressman, who resigned in June and is now awaiting trial on money laundering and conspiracy in a campaign finance case, said he may not be ready for retirement, a day after a judge ruled that his name must remain on the November ballot.

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