David Milgrim's new children's book Goodnight iPad acts as "a gentle reminder to power down at the end of the day."
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The Metropolitan Transportation Authority put out a beautiful time-lapse video documenting this weekend's NYC 2011 Marathon.
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Heinrich Himmler, Nero, and Julian Assange aren't the only historical figures who could be mistaken for James Bond villains. Here are six others.
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Is Barnes & Noble's new Nook tablet better than the Kindle Fire? Five techies weigh in.
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A comedic actor in Nigeria was detained by police who believed he was acting as a drug mule. A high court judge released Babatunde Omidina after 24 hours DAYS of detention -- and 25 drug-free bowel movements.
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You may not believe this, but Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards is being honored with a literary award for his 2010 memoir.
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In the world of highbrow celebrity gossip, the Jersey Shore's Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi told GQ that her co-star Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino is broke.
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Enter: ArKay, the world's first alcohol-free whiskey.
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Netherlands artist Florentijn Hofman bestowed a 31-foot rubber duckie to the people of Osaka, Japan, to help fundraise for earthquake victims. That's a nice duckie.
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In case you missed it: Puppies wearing hats eating bacon sharing facts.