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Vincent van Gogh's "Starry Night" made from about 3,500 Hubble images!

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Reddit shared a huge image (4400x3600 pixels; about 6 MB) showing "Vincent van Gogh's 'Starry Night' made from about 3,500 Hubble images!"

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Do you say "kk" online?

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"I Forgot My Phone" -- A video.

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VideoSift shared a two minutes and eleven seconds YouTube video titled "I Forgot My Phone".

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16/Sixteen Classic Films that Got Future Tech Right

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Blue's News shared a Gizmodo article showing Sixteen/"16 Classic Films that Got Future Tech Right -- ... Such is the reality of science that it doesn't always mesh with our fantastic visions of fictional futures filled with flying cars and other implausible technologies. In other words, reality sucks compared to what we've grown up watching on television/TV.

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Vault Runner -- A Flash action platform puzzle game with multiplayer support.

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Blue's News shared a Flash action platform puzzle game titled "Vault Runner" on Games For Work and its official web site, Pixevo -- "Grab golden orbs and keys to open doors. Avoid the obstacles in the way of you reaching the exit."

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Def Con XX/20 Documentary

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Def Con has a downloadable Torrent file of the one hour, 50 minutes, and seven/7 seconds documentary (has cussings, signs, nudity, etc.) showing the 20th event from last year. There are also three streaming videos according to Google Video.

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Studio C - Facebook Friends Song

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VideoSift shared a three minutes and 52 seconds musical YouTube video showing Studio C's Facebook Friends Song that makes fun of people

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Why Can't You Use Phones on Planes? -- A funny video.

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VideoSift shared a funny and cussy two minutes and 51 seconds CollegeHumor video showing "Why Can't You Use Phones on Planes? -- Angry passengers create turbulence for the airlines."

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Do you like video and computer game's automatic save points?

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The Gravity Gun -- A real-life Half-Life 2 short video.

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VideoSift shared a four minutes and 40 seconds YouTube video showing a real life Half-Life 2 game video -- "The Gravity Gun ... Witness the origin of the gravity gun! ..."

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Over A Third of Americans Confess to Verbal or Physical Abuse of Their Computers

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Crucial press release says "over a third of Americans confess to verbal or physical abuse of their computers -- Crucial.com reveals the extent of frustration, anger, and helplessness felt by Americans when faced with computer problems..."

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The Weird Error Message Gallery

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DOS486.com currently has four pages showing screen captures/shots of "The Weird Error Message Gallery" from various software and web sites.

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Twelve/12 Games That Existed Just to Sell You Junk Food

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Wired, with its twelve/12 screen shots/captures gallery (view all at once), takes a "look at the semi-secret history of junk food and videogames" since the early days of video games.

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Placebo Buttons

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This almost 2.5 years old You Are Not So Smart article tells about "Placebo Buttons -- The Misconception: All buttons placed around you do your bidding. The Truth: Many public buttons are only there to comfort you..."

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The Legend of The Oregon Trail

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Mental Floss/mental_floss tells the story how "three student teachers changed the educational game industry from inside a janitor's closet..." with Oregon Trail game.

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Modern/Recent Video Games' Bloopers, Glitches & Silly Stuff

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This YouTube channel shows Machinima's video collection of "Bloopers, Glitches & Silly Stuff" from recent/modern video games

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Why YouTube buffers: The secret deals that make--and break--online video

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This four pages Ars Technica article explains why "Why YouTube buffers: The secret deals that make--and break--online video -- When internet service providers (ISPs) and video providers fight over money, Internet users suffer.

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