Wednesday, August 19, 2009

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Bored during his winter school break, Firas Alkhateeb, a senior history major at the University of Illinois, crafted the infamous "Joker" picture of President Obama using Adobe's Photoshop software.

My Space "fatal hoax" mom allowed to use web, again

Five Web sites generally dominate the top 30 list as the most visited newspaper sites, but an upstart has blasted its way into the top 5, bumping a veteran down a notch. Check out the list and the stats...

There are many who scorn twitter, calling it a "tool of self-centricism" and an "it's all about me" app... but when it comes to taking self-obsession to the max, no one does it better than Dawn! Here's one comment: "You should've stopped with the injections. It's a dangerous addiction, you don't want to look like one of those horrible examples...

I can actually see the abnormal dent in your chin from the sideview (5th picture)." and another "You are the female equivalent of Michael Jackson. So vain!" (scroll down to read all of the comments - if they already haven't been edited out!)

Gossip Girl Spoilers From Stephanie Savage and Dan and Georgina Hook Up!

Haute Haiku is one of Global Voices' newest Sub-Saharan African authors. He writes about the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (GLBT) blogosphere in Africa.

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