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Johnny Cash Talks Long Hair And Dying In ‘Lost Interview’

PBS Digital Studios’ Blank on Blank is highlighting a “lost interview” with the legendary Johnny Cash. He was interviewed by Barney Hoskyns in October of 1996. Blank on Blank takes obscure interviews with entertainment icons, and sets them to interesting animation. Here are a couple samples of what Cash had to say in his: “I’ve always hung out with long-hairs. …

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Here’s Larry Page’s TED Talk

Google CEO and co-founder Larry Page participated in a TED talk by way of interview by Charlie Rose last week at TED2014. He discusses his vision for the company, which includes things like Internet balloons (which it already has) and aerial bikeways. He talks about the company’s acquisition of artificial intelligence company DeepMind, and why he’d consider giving his money …

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Heath Ledger Talks Acting And Michelle Williams In ‘Lost Interview’

Blank on Blank, the PBS Digital Studios project, which takes obscure interviews from entertainment icons, and sets them to interesting animation, has a new video out featuring the late Heath Ledger talking about role playing and about Michelle Williams, who is also featured throughout the visuals. The “lost interview” was conducted by Christine Spines in 2005. Her profile appeared in …

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Exclusive: StumbleUpon CEO Gives Us A Big Update About What We Can Soon Expect

StumbleUpon has been around since 2001, providing a unique way for Internet users to find websites and pages related to topics they’re interested in. The company has long provided a method of content discovery that has for one, gone virtually unparalleled by competitors, and for two, been lauded for years by marketers and webmasters who have have seen tremendous amounts …

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Diane Kruger Says She Hurt Men Over Daddy Issues

Diane Kruger is on the cover of Marie Claire UK this month, and in the magazine’s interview, the actress is quoted as calling herself an idiot, speaking out about therapy, and being remorseful for the way she treated men. The 36-year-old star told the magazine that she was “and idiot” around the time she turned 30, and that she “didn’t …

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Imgur CEO Talks New Mobile App, Relationship With Reddit

On Monday, image sharing service Imgur finally released its first mobile app, launching on Android first. It turns out it’s not that they just wanted to start with Android, however. They’ve run into some issues with Apple, but the iOS app should arrive in the coming weeks. This is all coming significantly later than we expected. Last year, we were …

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Check Out These PS4 Developer Interviews From E3 2013

Over the past week, you’ve been bombarded with trailers and gameplay videos for all the newest games hitting the PS4, Xbox One and Wii U. Only Nintendo thus far has released any developer interviews, but Sony is coming in from behind with more developer interviews than you can shake a stick at. On the E3 show floor, Sony was livestreaming …

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Channel Intelligence Execs On Why This Was The Right Acquisition For Google

Last month, Google signed an agreement to acquire Channel Intelligence to improve Google Shopping. At the time, a Google spokesperson told WebProNews, “We want to help consumers save time and money by improving the online shopping experience. We think Channel Intelligence will help create a better shopping experience for users and help merchants increase sales across the web.” Earlier this …

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Kate Winslet Divorce, Marriage Discussed in New Interview

Kate Winslet graces the cover of the newest issue of Harper’s Bazaar, and the Daily Mail has the scoop on the magazine’s interview with the Oscar winner. According to the report, Winslet speaks about her divorce, her recent marriage, and her newfound clarity about how her past experiences have shaped her. Winslet also provided a rambling account of how her …

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Mila Kunis Gives an Awkward Oz Interview

Most press junket interviews are incredibly boring. Celebrities sit in one spot with movie art in the background and talk to a variety of reporters, answering the same boring questions over and over. Throw in a rookie BBC Radio reporter and Equire’s sexiest woman alive, though, and you have some of the most awkward flirting seen on YouTube. BBC Radio …

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Is Gmail Privacy As Bad As Microsoft Says It Is?

Last week, Microsoft launched a new “Scroogled” campaign. In case you don’t recall, the company launched a campaign under that name during the holiday season, calling out Google Shopping for its paid Google Shopping model (a move that has been controversial). This time, Microsoft is using the “Scroogled” brand again to attack a decade-old feature of Google’s Gmail – the …

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Google Engineer Talks Natural Language Project

Google director of engineering Ray Kurzweil just became a Google employee in December, and he spoke with SingularityHub about a natural langauge project he’ll be working on at the company (he also recently wrote a book called How To Create A Mind). “I envision, some years from now, the majority of search queries will be answered without you actually asking. …

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