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Dear Guy Pearce: The Jack Irish stubble is working, though we're not feeling the giant butterfly art. We assume it's in a hoodlum's house, not Jack's, but we'll be watching this weekend just to confirm. Lachlan Moore/Acorn TV hide caption

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Guy Pearce, We Are Pleased To Find You Looking Vaguely Disreputable In 'Jack Irish'

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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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The cast and creative team of Sans Objet learned the hard way that a 2,800-pound robot can be a bit of a diva: Because he's run by a computer program, he never forgets his blocking. Algae Bory hide caption

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John Oates (left) and Daryl Hall (right) of pop duo Hall & Oates, seen here in 1987. These days, they're available on your phone. Dave Hogan/Hulton Archive/Getty Images hide caption

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Callin' Oates: The Hotline You Don't Need (But Might Call Anyway)

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Apple CEO Tim Cook speaks at the event introducing the new iPhone.

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Apple CEO Steve Jobs delivers the keynote address at the Apple World Wide Developers Conference in June. Jobs announced Wednesday that he would step down immediately as CEO of Apple. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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In this publicity image released by Sony Pictures, Andrew Garfield portrays Spider-Man in The Amazing Spider-Man. Associated Press/Sony Pictures hide caption

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