US Memorial Day Beth Snyder May 30, 2011 Memorial Day began in the United States on May 30, 1868, after the Civil War had ended. Flowers were put on the graves of both sides, in order to help heal the nation. It was later expanded to include all men and women who had died in America’s wars. It is now celebrated on the last Monday of May. For many, this day carries no special meaning except perhaps an extra day off from work and school, a barbecue, the start of the summer holiday season, and for stores, the opportunity to hold their annual Memorial Day Weekend sale. In reality, the holiday is observed in honor of our nation’s armed service personnel who were killed in wartime. Thank you to all those who gave their lives in service of my country. TrustedReviews gets us going with the Garmin nuvi 2360LT TechRadar focuses on the Canon PowerShot SX230 OverClock Intelligence Agency goes inside the Thermaltake Level 10 GT Chassis HardwareHeaven counters with the Lian Li PC-P80N Full Tower/HPTX Case KitGuru gets its hands on the Smartfish Technologies Whirl Laser Mouse TweakTown checks out the NZXT Sentry Mesh 30W Fan Controller Legit Reviews posts its Samsung 470 Series 256GB SSD – Long Term Test Results The SSD Review weighs in on the OCZ Agility 3 240GB SATA 3 SSD Overclockers Online gets into the NZXT H2 Classic Mid Tower Case hardCOREware examines the Asus Crosshair IV Formula Metku shares its thoughts on the Gainward GTX 560 Ti 2048MB eTeknix chills out with the Cooler Master V8 CPU Cooler Phoronix presents Say Hello To Linux 3.0; Linus Just Tagged 3.0-rc1 Overclockers Australia takes a look at the ASUS GTX 560 DirectCU II TOP To finish us off, TechwareLabs reports on Computex 2011 International Press Conference New Product Preview Share This With The World!