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Hurricane Sandy puts big websites down

Hurricane Sandy didn’t spare the internet! Data centers and servers powering many websites were also hit, knocking popular websites offline for hours. Datagram, the Internet service provider based in New York City that powers news sites like Gawker.com, Huffingtonpost.com, and Buzzfeed.com turned out as the biggest casualty. When its servers went down on Monday night due to flooding, the sites it […]

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Venus Angelic: Venus Palermo a 15-year-old Living Doll, Perfect School Styling Video

Venus Palermo is the latest viral video star because she looks like a living doll. Under the screen name “Venus Angelic”, the London based teenager posts beauty tutorials on YouTube for fans who want to look like her. Venus Palermo,15-year-old teenager says you too could be a ball-jointed doll (or BJD) with some over-sized pupil contacts, plastic-sheen-effect […]

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Andrew Breitbart Dead, an author and conservative blogger dies at 43

Andrew Breitbart, 43-year-old conservative blogger who died early Thursday was spent his final hours talking politics, Los Angeles Times reported. According to reports, Breibart had stopped into The Brentwood when he struck up a conversation with marketing executive, Arthur Sando. Breitbart who had a history of heart problems, had collapsed while on a walk near […]

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Angelina Jolie’s Right Leg Pose Becomes Online Trend

Angelina Jolie who wearing a black Atelier Versace gown with a touch of thigh-slit, strike a pose showing her right legs on the Academy Awards. Her pose create its own trending topic on Twitter. As a matter of fact, it also has its own Twitter account with over 22,000 followers for the first 24 hours. […]

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Obama administration proposed Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights

The Obama administration on Thursday proposed a patch up of online privacy rules and regulations. The proposal, hailed as “Privacy Bill of Rights”. According to The New York Times report, “The framework for a new privacy code moves electronic commerce closer to a one-click, one-touch process by which users can tell Internet companies whether they […]

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