Five Ways Star Wars Supports IT Pros

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Five Ways Star Wars Supports IT Pros

written by Eric Lundquist; illustrated by Brian Moore

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Five Ways Star Wars Supports IT Pros - Look Busy

Waiting for the next server crash? Want to look busy when the boss comes in? Play a game. Better yet, get into remote PC support and bide your time while sitting in the original Atari, "Star Wars" arcade game.

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Five Ways Star Wars Supports IT Pros - Carbo Load

Bad eating habits are justified by the 'Star Wars' logo. A two-ounce serving of Limited Edition "Star Wars" Frito Lay Cheetos contains 20 grams of fat and 320 calories. Two Lava Berry Pop Tarts contain 400 calories, 10 grams of fat and 38 grams of sugar. The smallest size "Star Wars" collectible M&M package contains 440 calories, 19 grams of fat, and 56.5 grams of sugar.

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Five Ways Star Wars Supports IT Pros - Watch Out

The 'Star Wars' movies are a great excuse to learn more about video on the Web. Start with that famous Saturday Night Live episode where Bill Murray, the king of the lounge singers, croons his take on the "Star Wars" theme.

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Five Ways Star Wars Supports IT Pros - Wardrobe Upgrade

Time to change out of that "Star Wars" 25th anniversary T-shirt you've worn every day for five years. Click here for the 30th.

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Five Ways Star Wars Supports IT Pros - Compare and Contrast

Be part of the in crowd: Bemoan how there hasn't been a good special effect at Star Wars since the company switched from SGI RISC-Unix workstations to Intel-based systems in 2002.

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