The News: Dewey Decimal System Edition Beth Snyder December 10, 2011 Perhaps I’ve mentioned at some point, perhaps not, but my very first job ever was working in the local library branch as a page. Which means shelving books, mostly. As part of my interview there was a practical test, in which I had to shelve books in proper order according to the Dewey Decimal System. Somehow, that had been a challenge for some of the applicants. I still don’t get it. But to this day, it serves me well having learned it, since now I can walk into pretty much any library and immediately know where I need to go to find the book I need. TechRadar starts us off with the Motorola Xoom 2 TweakTown examines the Intel DX79SI (Intel X79) Motherboard Technic3D goes inside the MS-Tech CA-0300 Hornet Case LanOC weighs in on the Sapphire HD 6670 Low Profile Edition Top Review Shop taps away at the Roccat Isku Gaming Keyboard bit-tech spends some time with the Kingston HyperX 240GB techPowerUp counters with the Silicon Power Velox V30 60 GB SSD Tech-Reviews takes a look at the Hanns.G HL231 Monitor RBMods finds its way with the TomTom iPad and iPhone app eTeknix announces its Weekly Giveaway #18: Tt eSPORTS Fantastic Five Techgage explores the Antec SOLO II Mid-Tower Chassis Overclockers Online checks out the Samsung ML-2540 Monochrome Laser Printer ModSynergy shares its Noctua NH-C14 ‘C-Type Top-Flow’ Heatpipe CPU Cooler Long-Term Review PureOverclock gets into the NZXT Tempest 410 Elite Finally, HardwareHeaven sits down with the EUROCOM Panther 3.0 Laptop Share This With The World!