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Google Launches Chrome Beta 35
Google Launches Chrome Beta 35
Google today released the latest beta version of Chrome 35. While there arent any major new features for end users in this release, the company added a wide range of new functionality for developers to its browser that will make web apps running in Chrome better in the long run. The features users will likely notice first once developers implement it is support for a number of new properties for touch and zoom input. With the help of the new touch-action CSS property, for example, developers can now disable touch scrolling, pinch-zooming and double-tap zooming on parts of their content. Read More

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Video: Russell Brand Isn’t Allowed In South Africa!
Video: Russell Brand Isn’t Allowed In South Africa!
This is bad news for all of South Africa. Russell Brand tweeted a picture of himself at the airport on Friday and said: “Banned from South Africa. Here ready to go. Refused entry. Hope I can come soon". Weirdly, Brand didn’t give a reason for why he was banned from the country, but one can only imagine it’s something scandalous ! Ha! Maybe the comedian can hold a special destination show for all of his South African fans in the future! Until then, there’s always YouTube ! Read More
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The Phantom Tollbooth (Edited)
The Phantom Tollbooth (Edited)
Adam Gopnik, staff writer for The New Yorker, talks with the children's-book author, Norton Juster, and illustrator, Jules Feiffer. Read More
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Big Me, Little Me: Hilarious Self-Portraits
Big Me, Little Me: Hilarious Self-Portraits
In this edition of The Weekly Flickr, we profile graphic artist and photographer, Paul Armstrong. Paul captures hilarious self-portraits imagining how life would be if you mysteriously grew or shrunk to inhuman proportions! Paul's dead-pan expressions give nothing away, and make his series all the more amusing and exciting. Read More
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Big Me, Little Me: Hilarious Self-Portraits
Big Me, Little Me: Hilarious Self-Portraits
In this edition of The Weekly Flickr, we profile graphic artist and photographer, Paul Armstrong. Paul captures hilarious self-portraits imagining how life would be if you mysteriously grew or shrank to inhuman proportions. Paul's dead-pan expressions give nothing away, only make the series more amusing and comical. Read More
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Modern Love: Lost and Found
Modern Love: Lost and Found
A 17-year-old girl, given up for adoption at birth, finds her biological mother on Facebook. This month's animation was created with photographs found in old books by the illustrator Joanna Neborsky. Read More

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One of the things that makes NABShow so great is the ability to come together with 1,000s of friends at a time in a single spot! Sure, it'd be Read More
 
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