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Why I know What I know

When I answer some obscure tech or gadget related question, or know some random factoid off the top of my head people are always surprised. I should be offended that they are always surprised, but let's face it, you do not get to "blow peoples minds" with a savant level genius if you do not put in at least a little work. So here is just a snippet of the kind of 'work' I put into being ...well, awesome.
A snip from my Google Reader trends.
(note how little I actually share)

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