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|In reversal of policy, 1and1 internet host will allow the PC Magazine staff to add some articles to next issue of PC Magazine. Jumping at the chance, PC Magazine plans to go all out, directing its staff to write articles such as: 1. 34 Vista Tips. This article will offer such critical advice as tiling the desktop wallpaper and alphabetizing internet bookmarks. 2. Top web sites. PC Magazine will introduce savvy PC users to such hip sites as Myspace and Facebook as well as some they pretend to visit like the US Geological Survey. 3. Portable hard drive storage super-comparo blowout. 58 portable hard drive solutions will be run through their paces, with the best one given the PCMAG Hard Drive of the Year Award. 4. How to recycle your iPod battery. 5. In a column called "Cant We All Agree on Some Standard, Already?," Bill Howard will write an article complaining that he has buy three separate devices to have his fully automated home automatically track Venus with the Google Picasa Web album connected telescope while having the web-enabled cooking center toast bread in the kitchen. 6. In John C. Dvorak will include a column entitled, "Why Everything I Havent Done Yet on the Internet is Stupid Because Nobody wants to Do Stupid Stuff," explaining why Twitter is bound to fail. 6. Jim Louderbeck will finally outline why media companies and the RCAA lack vision and are otherwise all wrong and stupid. 7. A feature on Web 2.0 which will say how, in the future, email will automatically be downloaded instead of having to press a button. 8. An Excel tip on how to do something hard. 9. A comparison of the hands-free devices in the BMW 740i and the Bentley Arnage. No word yet on whether 1and1 will publish all of the articles in one issue or spread them out over one year. 1&1 will not rest until every page of every computer magazine will have one of its ads.|