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WHAT WE LEARNED THIS WEEK
Ad Blockers Could Kill The Internet And Other Facts
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This week we learned that you are a jerk if you use an ad blocker, animals really hate drones and beans are the food of the future.
SEEING LIFE UNDER A NEW LENS
Why I Hate Glasses
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And love my contacts.
DON'T MAKE HIS DEATH BE IN VAIN!
Sean Bean Died Twice To Bring You Our Videos, The Least You Can Do Is Subscribe
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Whether it's totaling up the casualties in the "Lord Of The Rings" films or watching Louis CK mention dicks at every opportunity, our YouTube channel has something for everyone. Spoiler alert: You're gonna want to subscribe now, because we have big things coming soon.
PIPE DREAMS
The Forgotten Project That Could Have Saved America From Drought
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The North American Water and Power Alliance was an audacious proposal to divert water to parched western states that would have cost hundreds of billions of dollars and pissed off Canada. But what if it had worked?
MEET THE NEW OS, SAME-ISH AS THE OLD OS
What Do The Reviews Have To Say About iOS 9?
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After many months of waiting and many beta releases, Apple finally freed the next iteration of its iPhone and iPad operating system, iOS 9. Is it, you know, good? Should you download it? Here's what the reviews are saying.
MEET A DIGG EMPLOYEE
Meet Steve Rousseau, Digg's Features Editor
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Digg may seem like a cold, faceless company, but underneath the evers-shifting grid of content, lies humans who make it work. This week, we chat with features editor Steve Rousseau.
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GUESS THAT MAKES HIM A POTTY MOUTH
Image: While wearing a toilet seat on his head, David Hu accepts the Physics Prize, for his research on the principle that mammals empty their bladders of urine in about 21 seconds, from Dudley Herschbach, right, the 1986 Nobel Laureate in Chemistry, while being honored during a performance at the Ig Nobel Prize ceremony at Harvard University, in Cambridge, Mass., Thursday, Sept. 17, 2015.
While wearing a toilet seat on his head, David Hu accepts the Physics Prize, for his research on the principle that mammals empty their bladders of urine in about 21 seconds, from Dudley Herschbach, right, the 1986 Nobel Laureate in Chemistry, while being honored during a performance at the Ig Nobel Prize ceremony at Harvard University, in Cambridge, Mass., Thursday, Sept. 17, 2015. Credit: AP Photo/Charles Krupa

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