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Would you post a letter dropped in the street, obey an order to electrocute another person, start a conversation with a familiar stranger or help a lost child?
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You've likely heard that keeping secrets is a burden emotionally, but new research in the Journal of Experimental Psychology suggests it may also be a physical encumbrance.
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The Rock is open to pursuing a career in politics. The actor, real name Dwayne Johnson, has been compared to Arnold Schwarzenegger in movies and is considering following in the footsteps of the former Governor of California. "I wouldn't rule it out," he told Fox News at the 2012 CinemaCon Convention in Las Vegas on Tuesday.
Tucked into a new law requiring condoms be used in porn films shot in Simi Valley is this little nugget that Fark pointed out . From KCAL: Under the new law, producers have to submit unedited copies of their adult films to the Simi Valley Police Department for review.
Before I discuss about the top free cloud storage services available on the internet, I would like to talk a little about cloud storage and its advantages.
PSFK spoke to Nt Etuk, the Founder of DimensionU about his series of educational video games, in which students can play and compete against each other globally while learning key concepts in math, science, social studies and literacy.
Published time: April 25, 2012 21:08 Edited time: May 26, 2012 19:09 US President Barack Obama (AFP Photo/Brendan Smialowski) Congress is slated to vote this week on America's most controversial bill in waiting — the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act. But now the president’s advisers say they will recommend Obama vetoes CISPA if it makes it to the White House. Following comments this week from within the Obama administration that suggested that the White House was opposed to H.R. 3523, or CISPA, the executive office of the president has officially released a statement of administrative policy on the polarizing proposal that, if approved, would allow the federal government to snoop into the Internet correspondence of every American through the guise of being a necessary implement in ensuring cybersecurity.