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A screenshot of Piskorskiville. Five percent of Zynga's 200 million monthly users buy "virtual goods" to get ahead in the game or beautify their city. Courtesy of Misiek Piskorski hide caption

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'Farmville' Makers Putting Stock In Virtual Goods

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The Original VJs: MTV launched in 1981 with a small cache of videos by mostly unknown British bands and five VJs, or video jockeys: J.J. Jackson, Nina Blackwood, Mark Goodman, Martha Quinn and Alan Hunter. Courtesy of MTV Networks hide caption

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The Golden Age of MTV — And Yes, There Was One

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