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Guy Kawasaki
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The Magic Bench has kind of a creepy ring to it, and honestly, the technology it connotes is a little weird. That's because it borders on the uncanny valley, the point at which CGI characters become creepy. Nevertheless, it's a huge leap forward for…

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"The higher-education market is not bursting, like a popped soap bubble; but it is leaking, like a pierced balloon."

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Everyone thinks they have the best ab routine, and most of those involve some variation of crunches or sit ups. Those are useless. This exercise, though, has some real merit.

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Valerian was more than a big budget movie––it was a huge budget movie. But it flopped, making less than ten percent of what it cost during the first weekend. What happened? Looper analyzes the failure. 

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Don't worry, no spoilers here. Unless you thought, for whatever reason, that Dunkirk wouldn't be intense. But knowing this sound trick Hans Zimmer used might make the movie more enjoyable. 

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Most of us would start screaming and slapping if a big, old spider landed on our arm, but reporter and consummate professional, Shannon Murray, puts us all to shame.

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This video perfectly encapsulates what commenting on the internet is like. Warning, though, there are some foul words in this short clip.

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This is some kind of perfect parenting moment captured on film. The dad (the one filming the vide0) bought his son a bat. Then, the dad caught the kid's first home run with it. 

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Influencers are nothing new in the marketing game, though the name has changed in the era of social media.
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