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Fuel crisis, beer crisis, chip speed crisis, media whore crisis

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[It's been a funny old week and it's Friday again (how did we get to the middle of September?). Sorry here are a select bunch of your letters. Enjoy]

Fuelling the flames: crazies everywhere
This was the week of the UK fuel tax protests

Megahurtz. What is going on with the semiconductor industry?
Some words of wisdom about the crazy chipzillas

Beer: an essential good for our survival
This is when we realised things were bad

Best of the Rest: bits and bobs
The House of Lords, mouthy futurists and a timely feminist gag

Flames of the Week Fuel crisis sends em crazy
And we unveil our new phrase for dealing with such matters

Website security in corporate America

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