The Secrets Behind the Google Doodle. How they became a thing, and what goes into each one of them.
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Don't Call Me a Mom: Why It's Time for Women to Drop That Identity. A writer asks for more of a perception equity with men, and gets a smackdown in the comments.
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A 33-foot Christmas tree stands at St. Pancras International Station in London. But no trees were cut, a this is a record-breaking Christmas tree made of Lego bricks!
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Andy Serkis did an excellent job as the motion-capture model for Caesar the ape in Rise of the Planet of the Apes, but should he get an Oscar for it? On one hand, we never see him in the movie, but on the other hand, he made the character what it is.
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The World Gone Sour is an upcoming video game based on the Sour Patch Kids candy. A nonsensical game concept, yet a brilliant marketing move bound to appeal to a certain game-buying demographic.
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Gene Roddenberry's Son Reveals Unhappy Family Life. Rod Rodenberry never really understood Star Trek or its fans as he was growing up.
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10 of the best sidekicks in TV history. It takes a #1 talent to be a good #2. NSFW text.
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20 Incredible Snapshots of Water Splashes That Look Like Hats. You say hats; I say umbrellas, but they are all pleasing to the eye.
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As Facebook gets ready to sell public stocks, the Federal Trade Commission sets strict privacy rules for the social network. Here's what users need to know.
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5 Charming Episodes of Violence from Medieval Iceland. Any of these would make a swell action movie.