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2010: The Year in Review, Part 1

Joystiq: The speed at which "internet time" takes shape has warped our perception of linear chronographic distance. News is old before it hits the front page, and next month seems so yesterday. This was a particularly disconcerting reality until we went to see the doctor, who explained that time is simply a big ball of "wibbly wobbly timey wimey ... stuff."

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