Today is "Cyber Monday," when Americans allegedly flock to online stores--presumably using their employers' computers and network connections--to get their holiday shopping in gear.
I have to write "allegedly" because the numbers we reported last year didn't back up that description. And it's hard to take anything too seriously with a name as dippy as "Cyber Monday"--seriously, 1995 called and wants its AOL disks back.
But fake trend or not, there are some real deals to be had through today. The CrunchGear blog has a page up summarizing some of its better finds, including discounts from the likes of Best Buy, Circuit City and Dell. The DealNews site is also tracking today's bargains.
If you are a) not a spammer, and b) have found some other noteworthy discounts that expire today (or soon after), please share them in the comments.
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