Apple founder Steve Jobs died yesterday at age 56. A special roundup tells of his life, his achievements, and the future of his company.
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What’s the Most Important Lesson You Learned from a Teacher? Steve Silberman asked around and got some inspiring stories.
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11 Horrifying Examples Of Inbread Animals. They're actually kind of cute.
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Why Cleavage is Bad for Crimefighting addresses the practical problems with the way superheroines' costumes are designed. I don't think logic was ever the reason behind the look. Slightly NSFW.
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A new film project based on the '60s TV sitcom Mr. Ed will use CGI to animate the talking horse's mouth. They forgot that that the only reason anyone ever watched the show was the charm of seeing a real horse talking with a real mouth.
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Batman Meets the Riddler. And then takes all the fun out of being an insane themed supervillain.
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The Mini Band is composed of 8- and 10-year-old kids from the Newbury Rock School in Berkshire, England. Listen to their performance of Metallica's "Enter Sandman" and recall what you were doing at that age.
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Sugar the retriever goes on a goose hunt with a dog-cam strapped to her head. It doesn't affect her performance, but you get a hunting dog's point of view.
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Sesame Street's new 'poverty-stricken' Muppet. Lily, who doesn't always know where her next meal will come from, will be introduced in a prime-time special this Sunday.
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9 People Who Refused to be Limited. Amazing stories, ranging from the blind-from-birth painter to the quadruple amputee wrestler.