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Celebrate Techmas
with Songs of the Season

This is the time of year when Geeks of All Faiths and Creeds set aside their worldly cares and turn their thoughts to more fundamental matters
...or maybe not.

Judging by these Techmas carols, they indulge in the same obsessions at Techmas as they do pretty much year 'round.

Here you'll find many of the timeless songs much beloved within the Geek Orthodox tradition --
How Come There Is No Manual?
Days of (Microsoft) Christmas
, God Rest Ye Copland Programmers, Jingle Bell (AOL), Bring a Disc Jeanette Isabella, MIPS to the World, and Not So Merry Gentlemen.

Then there are the new versions to old favorites -- high-tech treatments of Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire, Rudolf the Red-Nosed Reindeer, The Holly and the Ivy, Jingle Bells, We Three Kings, and Good King Wenceslas.

Cube Dweller offers an original penned at the height of the e-business boom -- Virtual Christmas.

Finally, we bring our celebration of the season to a rousing conclusion with no fewer than EIGHT different versions of "Night Before Christmas" -- 'Twas the Night Before Implementation,
A Hacker's Night Before Christmas
A Computer Christmas
, Internet Night Before Christmas, Night Before Start-up, Shift Before Christmas, the Worm Before Christmas, and Visit From a Silicon Impostor.


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