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Apple's iPhone: The untold story -- Originally conceived as a tablet, iPhone was developed in secret facility ("purple dorm").

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This five pages NetworkWorld article (one print page) tells the untold story on Apple's iPhone -- "... Originally conceived as a tablet, iPhone was developed in secret facility dubbed the 'purple dorm.' ..."

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Things You Might Not Know About Deep Space Nine (DS9); A look back at "Trials and Tribble-ations" episode.

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This Neatorama article said "In 1993, Star Trek began a bold experiment: a series set on a fixed location. Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (DS9) was an unusual, experimental and gloriously successful contribution to the Star Trek universe. Here are some facts that you might not know about the show..."

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How Erasers Are Made

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VideoSift shares a five minutes and 37 seconds YouTube video showing how erasers

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Typical scenario with your overlord's jobs...

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This Dilbert comic strip shows what crunch times is like with your overlord's jobs. :P Another one is coming up in a few weeks! :O

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Before Anyone Complained About the Air-Conditioning, an Idea

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Boing Boing shares The New York Times' City Blog on "what happened was air-conditioning. Sort of. July 17 was the date on the blueprints for newfangled equipment to temper the air..."

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Is/Are your office and/or study desk(s) dirty?

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Why Product Recalls Make You Less Safe

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This two pages Popular Mechanics reported "genuinely dangerous products should be pulled from the shelves. But government recalls sometimes punish manufacturers for vague problems and blatant consumer misuse, actually reducing public safety. Even the word 'recall' turns out to be defective..."

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The Realistic/Honest Game of LIFE

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Neatorama shares a four pages of funny and depressing CollegeHumor images showing "The Realistic/Honest Game of LIFE".

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Men Have The Dirtiest Offices

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Neatorama shared a LiveScience article reported that "Men have the dirtiest offices -- Most people spend a large chunk of their day parked in front of a computer. While they type away, these office workers are shedding millions of bacteria. Who are the worst offenders? The men, a new study suggests..."

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The Rise of Asian Americans.

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Owl (remove AQFL to e-mail), The Orange County (OC) Register, and Neatorama shared a long and detailed nine pages Pew Social & Demographic Trends article showing "The Rise of Asian Americans -- Asian Americans are the highest-income, best-educated and fastest-growing racial group in the United States (U.S.). They are more satisfied than the general public with their lives, finances and the direction of the country, and they place more value than other Americans do on marriage, parenthood, hard work and career success..."

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Ask a Mortician Videos

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Order of the Good Death, a mortician in Los Angeles (L.A.), has a YouTube video collection on death.

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Can you cook your own food?

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Wearing headphones at work ...

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This Dilbert comic strip shows one reason why your overlord dislikes wearing headphones with his back exposed. :(

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Your worker ant <3s Wally's career goals plan!

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This amusing Dilbert comic strip shows Wally's career goal plans that your worker ant should do too.

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Reaction to a 5-Page Paper Assignment

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Cheezburger's FAIL Blog shows a chart of a "reaction to a 5-page paper assignment".

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So God gave out duct tape...

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This ReverendFun comic strip shows where and when duct tape came...

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Mother -- A video.

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A few weeks late, but there's always their birthdays and other events. Neatorama shares a seven minutes YouTube video showing "Mother -- For us children, our mother's nagging can be a frustrating, constant annoyance. However, when her presence is no longer felt, these words become our strongest source of comfort and affection. It is then that we learn to hold on tightly to these warm, faint traces of memories.

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Who works the longest hours and where are you on the global pay scale?

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Neatorama shares an interactive BBC News Magazine web page showing on "Who works the longest hours?". The article also mentions an interactive "Where are you on the global pay scale?"

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