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More links for 28 Oct 2007

Children on a football training course have been banned from wearing football boots - because they are deemed too dangerous. [This Is London]
Playing a daily computer game has helped a class of primary school children improve their maths and concentration, a study says. [BBC]
Cute chipmunks. [Flickr]
Researchers have developed a low-cost, low-power computer memory that could put terabyte-sized thumb drives in consumers' pockets within a few years. [Wired]
This electric guitar is worth €2,500,000 (US $3,598,002) because it’s made of pure cocaine. [Born Rich, Thanks Rajni!]
The world's creepiest places. [Concierge]


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