International Lefthanders’ Day Beth Snyder August 13, 2011 You are aware that only those who are left-handed are in their rights minds, yes? I thought so. Technically, I cannot claim to be left-handed as I am actually ambidextrous, but I primarily write with my left hand so it counts. Almost anything else I tend to use whichever hand is convenient to the task. What’s weird for me is the history of being left-handed, where people were once branded as being witches or possessed by the devil. When my mother was a little girl, kids who tended toward being left-handed had their left arms tied to their sides in school to force them to use their right hand. I am eternally grateful that I grew up in a more enlightened age, where I was free to embrace whichever side of me wanted to dominate. Legion Hardware gets us going with the Asrock Z68M-ITX/HT TechRadar focuses on the Samsung ST6500 Hi Tech Legion goes inside the Thermaltake Dokker Mid-tower Case eTeknix counters with the Antec Twelve Hundred V3 Chassis Real World Labs tries on a SteelSeries Spectrum 7XB Wireless Headset Hardware Canucks shares its thoughts on the Patriot Wildfire 120GB SSD BCC Hardware checks out the NZXT Sentry Mesh Fan Controller TweakTown debates Z68 vs. X58 – Which Is The Better Gaming Platform? HardwareHeaven gets its hands on The New Razer Mamba (4G, Dual Sensor) Bjorn3D beats the heat with some Enermax TBSilence 120mm Fans Phoronix weighs in on AMD Fusion A8-3850 APU “Llano” On Linux TechwareLabs presents its Black Hat 2011Coverage: Faces of Facebook, the Largest Real ID Database TrustedReviews sits down with the Alienware M14x bit-tech takes on Hard Reset Finally, PureOverclock takes a look at the ASUS GTX 580 Matrix Platinum Share This With The World!