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Bullied Teen Who Threatened Suicide on Instagram Saved by Thousand of Letters from Strangers

Noah Brocklebank thought no one in the world cared about him, but he soon discovered just the opposite.

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Skyline Elementary Hosts Scholastic Book Fair and Showcases Science

The Scholastic Book Fair is being held at Skyline Elementary this week, and each time they host this event, they have a themed day for the public to come out and learn having fun as a family.

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Travel to Mars
YouTube

Millionaire Plans First Manned Mission to Mars for 2018

An entrepreneur with more money than God has decided that he wants to be one of the first men to complete a mission to mars. And while this space crusader with deep pockets may have the cash flow to pull of such an ambitious undertaking, some believe that he may have spread himself too thin by announcing plans to get his journey underway by 2018. 

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Buried alive
YouTube

New App Allows You to Tweet From Beyond the Grave

A controversial new app set to be released in March aims to keep the Twitter statuses of the dead and buried alive, by continuously updating them long after the worms eat into their brains.

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Burger King Hack
Twitteer

Hackers Make Burger King Twitter Praise McDonald’s

Things got weird in the burger wars yesterday when hackers broke into the Burger King Twitter page and started firing off pro-McDonald's tweets.

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How to Stop Identity Thieves From Stealing Your Tax Refund

Last week, the Internal Revenue Service announced that it had targeted about 400 identity thieves across the country. The thieves were using stolen Social Security numbers to file false tax returns and then claim the refunds.

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Curtis Cooper, professor of computer science at the University of Central Missouri, with the computer that made the discovery of the world’s largest known prime number. (Courtesy of UCM Public Affairs)

UCM Professor Discovers World’s Largest Known Prime Number

Curtis Cooper, professor of computer science at the University of Central Missouri, has made the most recent discovery of the world’s largest known prime number, according to information released by the Great Internet Mersenne Prime Number Search, also known as GIMPS.

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Vine, Twitter's New Video App
Businessweek.com

Vine, Twitter’s New Video App, Is Already Causing Problems

Twitter has unveiled their easy-to-use new video app for both the iPhone and iTouch called 'Vine.' This app allows users to post short videos (about 6 seconds each) to their Twitter account, Facebook account, or even to the Vine community.

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OKCupid Releases Blind Date App
Socialnewsdaily.com

OKCupid’s Blind Date App Is Pretty Creepy

While Tumblr's 'NiceGuysofOKCupid' is now sadly defunct, the online dating site OKCupid has gotten even creepier with the release of their new blind date app. This can't possibly end well. 

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Live Donkey
Google Street View

Did a Google Street View Car Kill This Donkey?

In their high-paced efforts to document the mean streets of the world, it appears as if Google may have become cold-blooded donkey killers. In a series of shocking photographs widely circulating on Twitter, you can see the Google Street View car driving past a donkey in one shot and the brutal and dusty demise of the beast in the next.

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