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Archive | June 21, 2013

jOBS Trailer Starring Ashton Kutcher as Steve Jobs

After Steve Jobs passed away at age 56 in 2011, two competing biopics started to pick up steam. The first one out of the gate is jOBS, starring Ashton Kutcher as the late Apple co-founder, and Josh Gad as his business partner Steve Wozniak. While there have been no recent updates regarding the other movie,  Full Article…

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How An Event At Rutgers Changed James Gandolfini

While James Gandolfini was a student at Rutgers University, something happened that he once said could be the reason he became an actor. Gandolfini, who died from a heart attack Wednesday, was best known for playing mobster Tony Soprano on HBO’s “The Sopranos.” The Westwood, N.J.-native received a communications degree from Rutgers in 1983. In  Full Article…

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Teen Reactions To The ‘Catching Fire’ Trailer Is The Week’s Most Important News

By Amelia Mularz In a baffling display of human emotion, teenagers seem really excited about something in the future. More specifically, they’re, “AHHH SO EXCITED” about the upcoming Hunger Games flick, “Catching Fire.” Teenagers, who are widely regarded as the surliest beings on the planet, typically exhibit sourpuss expressions and an affliction for loitering in  Full Article…

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SeaMonkey 2.19 Beta 1

SeaMonkey is a web-browser, advanced e-mail and newsgroup client, IRC chat client, and HTML editing made simple — all your Internet needs in one application. FileHippo.com

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Homeland’s Zuleikha Robinson Joins Covert Affairs

Zuleikha Robinson is hopping from one CIA drama to another: The Homeland actress has landed a recurring role on the upcoming season of Covert Affairs, TVGuide.com has learned. Who are your favorite TV crime fighters? Robinson will make her debut in the ninth episode as … Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com CSI: NY Lost  Full Article…

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This 86-Year-Old Congressman Totally Gets Google Glass

Google Glass might look like a future-far away device reserved only for the tech-obsessed gadget nerd population, but as Rep. John Dingell — who, having spent 57 of his nearly 87 years on this earth, is the longest serving congressman — shows even old people can get into it. In this endearing clip, Dingell asks for  Full Article…

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