1. Posted on 3 October, 2014

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    This is so cool!  Lemony Snicket has just released a choose-your-own adventure mystery on YouTube — called, of course, You Choose the Mystery. Intro video above, first installment here. I know how I’m wasting the rest of my day …

    — Petra

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  1. Depending on where you’re born, cooking dinner, having sex and going to the bathroom are either three of life’s many pleasures - or three of the riskiest things you can do.

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  1. Why do we humans like to play so much? Play sports, play tag, play the stock market, play Duck Duck Goose? We love it all. And we’re not the only ones. Dogs, cats, bears, even birds seem to like to play. What are we all doing? Is there a point to it all?

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  1. Opinions about films — especially Oscar nominees — are complicated, hilariously varied, and wonderfully individual. To show that, we combed through comments on RottenTomatoes.com and scripted a series of pro-con debates — in the words of the Internet. Part Eight: “Captain Phillips”

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  1. "Latinos are more likely than other Americans to watch online videos, but there hasn’t been much of an effort to develop special content for them — until now. Marketers say the last year has been marked by a flood of professional videos geared to Latinos. In fact, one production company has gone from making television to developing a whole network on YouTube geared toward Hispanic-Americans. It’s called Mitu and it features all kinds of short, lifestyle videos. Hernandez says she especially likes the cooking shorts.”


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  1. Posted on 9 March, 2012

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    How videos go viral (via @charliannejames)

    This is fantastic. The part on the hilarious variations of Nyan Cat and how participation helps spread viral videos is really interesting. -Savy

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