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  1. Editors’ Picks 11/9: Goodbye to the Return of Deap Vally

    This week in Editors' Picks: A goodbye, a return, and a correctly spelled Vally.

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  2. Star Wars: The Old Republic Is Going Free-To-Play Next Week

    We knew it was coming, but now we know when. BioWare's attempt at a Star Wars MMO, Star Wars: The Old Republic, will be going free-to-play starting next week, Thursday, November 15. The game released on December 20 of last year, and a little less than one year later, is making the move to a free-to-play model, like most of the rest of the MMO market. Makes you wonder why any MMO developers think their game can launch without a free-t0-play option nowadays.

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  3. Geekolinks: 11/9

    1. 11 notable Doctor Who fans (Mental Floss)
    2. Cool tech from Bond (GeekSugar)
    3. Can teeth heal themselves? (Environmental Graffiti)
    4. Thief picks pockets with chopsticks (HyperVocal)
    5. Turn your TV into a 50-inch Android smartphone (The Daily Dot)
    6. 5 awesome movie robots with inexcusable design flaws (Cracked)
    7. Extremely serious photos of silly actors (Flavorwire)
    (title pic via Daily Picks and Flicks)

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  4. Stop-Motion LEGOs Make Installing Solar Panels Interesting [Video]

    Created by The Eco Experts in an attempt to show how easy it is to install solar panels, this stop-motion LEGO video does just that, and warms our cold, jaded hearts in the process. Look at how adorable solar panels are, guys! It's like having a puppy nailed to your roof and powers your household.

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  5. This is a Squirrel With a Cowboy Hat Riding a Rattlesnake

    It's a cold, dreary Thursday, and now that Daylight Saving Time has hit, you can add "dark way too early" to your Thursday adjectives. So, to brighten up (or ruin, we guess) your day, we wanted to let you know that this taxidermy squirrel with a cowboy hat riding a rattlesnake exists.

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  6. Geekolinks: 11/8

    1. The terrifying origin of "Drinking the Kool-Aid" (Mental Floss)
    2. 5 reasons to get into Grooveshark (GeekSugar)
    3. The breathtaking colors of Iceland (Environmental Graffiti)
    4. The most offensive things you can buy on eBay (HyperVocal)
    5. Is YouTube making us smarter? (The Daily Dot)
    6. 6 iconic movie scenes that happened by accident (Cracked)
    7. Where are '90s teen TV characters now? (Flavorwire)
    (title pic via Daily Picks and Flicks)

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  7. What It’s Like to Quaff Too Many Heals [Video]

    If you've ever played a JRPG, you might've noticed that your characters have stomachs that work similarly to the Doctor's TARDIS -- bigger on the inside. With their usual inventory with infinite space, it's not entirely odd --relative to the game's universe -- that they'd be able to shove 99 heal potions down their gullet, but the always-impressive team at Corridor Digital are here to show us what would happen if you quaffed all those heals and buffs in real life.

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  8. StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm to Miss 2012, but Did You Expect Anything Else?

    In an Activision earnings call earlier today, Blizzard honcho Mike Morhaime crushed all of our hopes and dreams and noted that the second third of StarCraft II, Heart of the Swarm, will miss 2012 and release sometime in the early part of 2013.

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  9. Geekolinks: 11/7

    1. The space-faring rubber chicken (GeekSugar)
    2. When Victoria's Secret rescued the National Guard (Mental Floss)
    3. Top 10 GIFs from election night (The Daily Dot)
    4. Pacemaker powered by heartbeat (The Week)
    5. 5 insane farm secrets behind the food on your grocery list (Cracked)
    6. Macabre little people invade Vienna (Environmental Graffiti)
    7. Playing games won't be the first thing you do on the Wii U (
    (title pic via Daily Picks and Flicks)

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  10. Steam for Linux Beta Available Now

    It almost seems too good to be true, but Steam for Linux is finally in a tangible form, and the beta is available now. The service only provides a couple dozen games at the moment, but it does offer some other neat features, one of which we didn't expect right away.

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