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Floyd Abrams Talks First Amendment Law At Google

The First Amendment is incredibly important in the Internet age. It’s frequently at the center of many debates on what constitutes free speech online. Now, one of the foremost First Amendment scholars of our time – Floyd Abrams – stopped by Google to talk about his new book, “Friends of the Court: On The Front Lines With The First Amendment:” …

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Weather Girl Has Totally Appropriate Reaction to a Giant On-Screen Spider

When I was a kid, I loved nature books. But there was one problem with the larger-than-life photographic representations in the arachnid section – the problem was that they were still creepy, even though they were just photographs. I wouldn’t even touch them on the page. So I feel for weatherwoman Kristi Gordon, who had a giant spider crawling near …

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Take A Tour Of Reggie’s House In Animal Crossing: New Leaf

Is Nintendo resurrecting MTV Cribs? Probably not, but this tour of Reggie Fils-Aime’s house in Animal Crossing: New Leaf makes me feel like Nintendo should turn this into a regular series. Doubly so if all of the houses are as strange as Reggie’s. Did you see those bedsheets that had Reggie’s face patterned onto them? I’m just a little scared. …

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Facebook Has Some Tips for Journos on How to Use Instagram’s New Video Capabilities

As you may have heard, Facebook-owned Instagram just unveiled video-making capabilities. Like Twitter’s Vine, Instagram videos allow users to create short, edited videos and share them on multiple social media platforms. There are a few differences between Instagram Video and Vine, however – mainly that Instagram Video allows for 15-second videos (Vine does 6-second clips) and it also allows users …

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Instagram Video Is Already Being Used By Brands

Instagram just got finished showing off its new video features at the big “Facebook event,” and brands are already using it for marketing purposes. Sam Biddle at Gawker’s Valleywag writes, Instagram creator Kevin Systrom is unveiling video for Instagram literally as I write this and Lululemon is already using it for marketing.” Sure enough, here’s Lululemon’s video (click to view): …

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Instagram Launches Video: 15 Second Limit, 13 Custom Filters

At today’s Facebook event in Menlo Park, the company focused on a new feature for Instagram: Videos. “It’s the same Instagram we know and love, but it moves,” said Instagram co-founder Kevin Systrom. Systrom says that they focused on three things when developing video on Instagram: simplicity, beauty, and community. Video on Instagram is as minimally disruptive to the Instagram …

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Xbox One’s DRM Reversal Gets The NMA Treatment

Microsoft made the biggest about face in gaming history yesterday when it announced that it would be removing the previously announced restrictive DRM from the Xbox One. The Internet had plenty to say about the Xbox One supporting used games again, but any informed Internet opinion isn’t complete without our friends at NMA chiming in. Everybody’s favorite Taiwanese animation studio …

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LeBron: Headband Was Apparently Holding Him Back

LeBron James’ headband is an iconic part of his on on-court persona. He (accidentally) ditched that persona, along with the headband, during the Heat’s game against the Spurs. Turns out that headband may have been holding him back the entire time. With nine minutes left in the game and the Heat trailing behind, James lost his iconic headband. After that, …

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Twins Find Rubber Bands, Have The Time Of Their Lives

Adorable twins plus rubber bands equals the best video you’ll see on the Internet today. In fact, it may just be one of the best Internet videos of the year. In the video below, you’ll find two infant twins who are discovering elasticity for the first time. They think it’s hilarious. I probably thought it was hilarious as well until …

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Samsung Ritualistically Drowns The Galaxy S4 During Stress Test

One of the most memorable scenes from the hardly memorable Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom is when a guy is strapped to a cage and lowered into a pit of lava. Samsung must have been inspired by that scene as it does something similar in its stress tests for the Galaxy S4. Samsung has released a new video …

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Grounded Passengers Cope with Rousing Rendition of “I Believe I Can Fly”

On an Allegiant flight scheduled from Las Vegas to Phoenix, some delayed passengers, “delirious from heat,” decided to make the best of a bad situation. What did they do? Well, join together and sing R. Kelly’s hit “I Believe I Can Fly,” of course. “Flight attendants leave us alone to our devices after 5 hours, 2 planes, no snacks, no …

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Proof That Posing for Pictures Is Really, Really, Awkward

Nothing like standing in front of a mini-waterfall and waiting, waiting, waiting for someone to take your picture. Except they’re not. They’re taking a video. Awkward. [Go Periscope via reddit]

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