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McDonald's Courts Mom Bloggers When Changing The Menu
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McDonald's Courts Mom Bloggers
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How To Protect Yourself From Hacking
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Security expert Markus Jakobsson says the best password could be as simple as combining words from a story that only you know. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Hunting For A Password That Only You Will Know
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Hiroaki Aikawa and his son, Taiji, mourn the death of Hiroaki's wife, in Kevin Macdonald's Life in a Day, produced by Scott Free UK. Scott Free UK hide caption

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A New Movie, Starring You
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At Unbound, Visitors Vote On Who Gets Published
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GOP presidential hopefuls use 140 characters or less to answer the question: "As president, how will you avoid continually raising the debt ceiling?" Amy Ta/NPR hide caption

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GOP Twitter Debate: Dose Of Attention Deficit?
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FBI Tries To Send Message With Hacker Arrests
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How To Protect Your Voicemail
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A status update's "meta" information, like its source device, can be used to help out a lame joke — or to drive the envy of frustrated early-adopters. NPR hide caption

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