Christina Bianco performs with some regularity at Jim Caruso's Cast Party and 54 Below's Backstage open-mic night in New York City. She's currently in the cast of Newsical the Musical, the current-events lampoon running at Theatre Row. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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When you need to illustrate a story about proliferating social-media platforms, it's good to know that an enterprising stock photographer has probably thought about it already. Anatoliy Babiy/iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Teens Find The Right Tools For Their Social-Media Jobs

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Rob Delaney Talks About Gratitude, Perspective, Spaceships And A Career With Teeth

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A T-shirt with many of the most infamous spoilers from movies, books and TV. A new study suggests that spoilers actually increase our enjoyment rather than ruin it. Yaili/Flickr hide caption

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It Was All A Dream (Or: Turns Out Spoilers Are Good For You)

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Studios To Movie Fans: Take Our Clips, Please

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Comedian Samantha Bee, seen here in April 2011, is writing about parenting at her new blog.

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Comedian Samantha Bee Makes A Parenting Meal Of 'Eating Over The Sink'

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Jeff Bezos, Chairman and CEO of Amazon.com, introduces the Kindle Fire at a news conference, Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2011. Mark Lennihan/AP hide caption

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