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Rights groups condemn Egypt blogger jail sentence

The sentencing of a blogger to jail for criticizing Egypt's army has drawn a chorus of objections from rights groups, who say the country's ruling military council is drawing red lines around free speech.
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Charlie Sheen spills on drugs, rehab, 'Men', women in latest interviews

Charlie Sheen's life made into comic

Bluewater Productions has made a Charlie Sheen comic book titled Infamous: Charlie Sheen that will document his life. It is scheduled for release this summer.

Who is best to challenge Obama in 2012?

Potential Republican candidates in 2012 presidential election who gathered in Washington for the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) have launched an attack on major policies of the Obama administration as they pitched their respective cases. Here's a snapshot of the possible Republican challengers in 2012:
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World stored at least 295 exabytes of data as of 2007

Humans were able to store at least 295 exabytes of information as of 2007, says a new study that estimated the world's technological capacity to store, communicate, and compute. In decimal terms, an exabyte is equal to a billion gigabytes.
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Rupert Murdoch's anti-web stand: The Daily

The iPad-only digital newspaper from News Corp., The Daily, touted to usher in the age of subscription-based revenue model on the web space, has been launched by Rupert Murdoch and Apple Vice President of Internet Services Eddy Cue at a press event at New York's Guggenheim Museum.
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Top papers to charge online, but how?

Three of the world's most influential newspapers have finally come to terms with the notion that charging readers online is the only way to survive.
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Will Murdoch's iPad newspaper make money?

For a media baron like News Corp chief Rupert Murdoch, it makes sense to embrace the new iPad technology offered by Apple to churn out news for a price of about 99 cents a week.
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Arianna Huffington: A look at the winner in new online acquisition spree

Huffington launched the news site more as a commentary outlet and an alternative to other conservative news sites by inviting Arthur Schlesinger Jr. to blog, who would fax his blogs. That's not blogging, Arthur used to criticise her. Now with the takeover by AoL, Arianna will become a boss of the entire editorial content of AoL channels.
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Online news site leads charge in French scandal

An upstart online news service has led the way in investigating France's latest political funding scandal, defying President Nicolas Sarkozy's efforts to stamp his influence on the media.
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Press group urges Kuwaiti ruler to free blogger

A global press freedom watchdog called on the Emir of Kuwait Saturday to intervene for the release of a blogger who is on trial, accused of insulting the ruler and inciting against the government.
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News Corp buys e-reader company Skiff

News Corp branched into the digital reader market with the acquisition of Skiff, a Hearst-backed company that helps distribute newspaper and magazine content to e-readers and other devices.

Top 10 Job Interview Blunders

What should you NOT do in an interview? A poll into interview blunders found that when hiring managers were asked to name the most common and damaging interview mistakes a candidate can make


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