Lorie Miller affixes a QR code to her grandparents' gravestone. Miller and her husband are launching a business that will supply QR tags and maintain a website featuring the deceased. Emma Lee/Newsworks hide caption

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QR Codes For Headstones Keep Dearly Departed Close

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Many Of Us Are Small-Stakes Cheaters, But Why?

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On Your Cellphone At The Movies? Watch For Ninjas

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A Hair-Raising World Record

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Marathon Runner Shatters World Record, Or Not

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Man Reviews Neighbors' Late-Night Karaoke

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It's The Perfect Music For A Funeral

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The grave of The Great Gatsby author F. Scott Fitzgerald lies next to a major thoroughfare for commuters between Rockville, Md., and Washington, D.C. Jess Gitner/NPR hide caption

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'Gatsby' Author Fitzgerald Rests In A D.C. Suburb

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A runner tries to escape with his life as zombies pursue him during the Run for Your Lives race. The 5K course is littered with obstacles — and the undead. HGL hide caption

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