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This week, Motherboard features an interview with the designer, blogger, and tech advocate Alison Lewis, who was named "Most Influential Woman in Technology 2010" by Fast Company.

Somewhat of a pioneer in the male-dominated tech world, her innovative DIY designs have been featured all over (including The New York Times and The Martha Stewart Show). She has become known for her creative use of unexpected materials and her emphasis on "wearable technology," such as her popular purse that lights up when opened.

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In its effort to digitize absolutely everything, the internet behemoth Google has found an unlikely opponent: the National Library of Wales. Library director Andrew Green has stated his mission to provide open web access to the "printed heritage of Wales" (some of which dates back to the 16th century), as well as his refusal to hand the rights over to Google.

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For my money, there's no better overview of the net neutrality issue than John Hodgman's classic segment for The Daily Show. Take a look:

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L11kLmWha6o&feature=player_embedded

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Few web videos can boast the popularity and viewership of the infamous "Star Wars Kid." If you don't know what video I'm talking about, take a look:

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HPPj6viIBmU

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