The Long And Short Of 'I'
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At 81, Artist Still Playing With Paper Dolls
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Author Michael Lewis Plays 'Not My Job'
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Rubik's Cube Still Confounds At 30
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What's In A Name? Plenty
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David and Barbara Mikkelson are the husband-and-wife duo behind the myth-busting Web site Snopes.com. Guy Raz/NPR hide caption

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Mom-And-Pop Site Busts The Web's Biggest Myths
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Lunar Rover Is Spotted For First Time In 37 Years
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Paddy Moloney Of The Chieftains Plays Not My Job
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'Funemployment' And More Slang For A Recession
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How Well Does Hollywood Portray Your Job?
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A woman flaps her arms to make a character fly on a Wii Fit Plus game at the Nintendo exhibit at a games expo in 2009 in Los Angeles. Experts say middle-aged women represent the largest demographic playing games online now. David McNew/Getty Images hide caption

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Video Game Technology Shifts To Rewarding Play
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Just Two Little Words
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