Note: Miss Cellania is on vacation. Filling in this week, Brian Abrams! Make him feel welcome.

A National Lampoon's Vacation reboot is in the works with Clark W. Griswold's son Rusty (Anthony Michael Hall) in the driver's seat. The renovations at Wally World are probably complete by now, right?
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Researchers at Stanford University discovered that cards spit out of automatic shuffling machines in casinos are easier to predict than from a dealer. A poker star can guess 9.5 in a single run of a machine-dealt full deck but only 4.5 cards dealt from a human being.
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A question the whole world is asking: who is the suspect in the Norway attacks?
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Given all the recent controversies and upheaval surrounding the News of the World scandal, our Internet friends at The High Definite wanted to make sure we all know how to throw a pie.
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I've sat through the first 25 minutes of Inception twice and have nodded off both times. This orchestral concert version conducted by Hans Zimmer at Mann's Chinese Theatre, however, is worth multiple viewings.
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If Gustav Klimt had painted portraiture for The Legend of Zelda, the end result would probably resemble artist Rich Pellegrino's contribution to Iam8-bit, next month's video-game-themed art exhibition in Los Angeles.
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"The Shining: Spatial Awareness and Set Design": A video essay by the Kubrick-obsessed film analyst Rob Ager.
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Only one percent of the National Library of Ireland's eight million items are properly accounted for. Yes, this means that a first edition of James Joyce's Ulysses, among other classic titles, might have been put back on the wrong shelf.
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Where do Pringles come from? Here are the stories behind 7 salty snacks.