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‘Reply All’ Is Not Just Annoying, Also Bad for Business

Just about everybody who has used email in a business setting has a "reply all" horror story.

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Should Parents Use the Internet to Check Up On Their Kids? [SURVEY]

We're probably at the point where just about every parent with a school-age child has a certain level of Internet sophistication. This means that it is fairly easy for most parents to check up on what their kids are getting into online. But are they?

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‘Gangnam Style’ Tops Justin Bieber for Most Viewed YouTube Video Ever

Back in August, the Psy song 'Gangnam Style' took the world and the internet by storm, right at a time we were finally getting sick of that 'Call Me Maybe' tune.

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Anderson Cooper Makes Time to Shame Twitter Trolls

What with nearly being exploded by bombs and all, you might think Anderson Cooper is a little too busy with not dying to take trolls to task. But that is simply not the case. Cooper was reporting from Gaza City on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, a subject which gets a lot of people up in arms. Unfortunately for those angry people, if your arms are merely Twitter insults directed Cooper, you're about to get badly burned.

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Facebook Can Now Help You Get a Job

Don't just update your status—update your résumé. Facebook has just released a Social Jobs App that will allow people to search job listings from a multitude of sites like Monster and DirectEmployers.

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Facebook Game Leads to Life-Saving Kidney Donation

You can waste a good chunk of your life playing Facebook games such as FarmTown, FarmVille and FarmFarm (okay, we made that last one up). However, in the case of an Idaho woman in need of a new kidney, FarmTown ended up saving her life.

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Facebook Makes You Spend More and Over-Eat — Dollars and Sense

Facebook may be giving people a false sense of self-esteem, leading to overspending and gluttonous behavior, according to new research.

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Team Romney Accidentally Leaks Victory Website
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Team Romney Mistakenly Leaks Victory Website

If, as some pundits claim, gaffes were responsible for Mitt Romney's failed presidential bid, then this surely won't change that assertion. At some point after losing the election to Barack Obama, Romney's camp accidentally leaked a victory website promoting a win that never happened. It's the 'Dewey Defeats Truman' of the digital age.

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‘NOLA to New York’ Features Katrina Survivors Sending Hope to Sandy’s Victims

Superstorm Sandy has caused a lot of damage. People have died, homes have been destroyed, businesses have been ruined. Americans across the country are reaching out by donating money, time, food, and clothing, but they're also reaching out with message of hope in the blog NOLA To New York.

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Model Provokes Internet Outrage By Posing During Hurricane Sandy

Dont hate Nana Gouvêa because she's beautiful. However, if you want to dislike the Brazilian glamour model because she doesn't have a whole lot of tact, you're in good company.

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