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  • Attenborough, the actor, outshone Attenborough, the director

    Attenborough, the actor, outshone Attenborough, the director
    Across the history of the Academy Awards, certain films have been rewarded as best picture of their respective years for two big reasons: scale of ambition, and personal financial risk. Producer Michael Todd went into hock up to his earlobes making "Around the World in 80 Days." In a decidedly non-antic vein, Richard Attenborough's "Gandhi" was another of these ambitious gambles.
  • Republicans throw a conniption over the teaching of U.S. history

    Republicans throw a conniption over the teaching of U.S. history
    As students prepare to return to school in the next few weeks, there's no better time for a conservative freakout over education. The issue of the moment is a new outline, or "framework," issued by the College Board for advanced placement classes in US...

    Ashton Kutcher's A+ Viral Site Accused of Plagiarism

    Ashton Kutcher probably wishes he was being Punk'd right about now. The actor's viral content site Aplus.com (stylized as A+) is being accused of plagiarizing articles from the Huffington Post, BuzzFeed and Cracked, among other outlets, the Daily Dot...

    Foursquare kills check-in feature in app overhaul

    Foursquare kills check-in feature in app overhaul
    Foursquare, the app known for letting users check into places, no longer lets users check into places -- yes, you read that right. The New York City startup released a major revision to its app Wednesday that does not include the check-in feature....

    Are You Here Yet? Glympse Has the Answer

     
    Tucked beneath a canopy of tower cranes in Seattle's booming South Lake Union neighborhood stands a single-story office building that houses Glympse, a 5-year-old internet startup with a laser focus on answering one question: Where the heck are you?...