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Hurrah for The Sunday Times, Britain's biggest Sunday newspaper, for choosing The Register for its roll-call of "100 of the best" Web sites. Turn to page 54 in last week's ST Culture -- that's right, Culture -- section and there we are. "British technology news site with a sense of humour. Usually the best place to look to check out industry rumours." That'll do nicely. Only five "computing" sites make the ST 100 of the best sites. The others are CNet, Wired, the inevitable Slashdot and coming in a little left-field, Netlingo.com (summed up as "fast relief from confusing internet jargon"). Good company to keep. A wee bit smug? Yes, you could say so. ®

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