WOTS: Robot Jeopardy, Bieber Anti-Fever, The “Uffington” Post

Watson is a robot. Watson plays Jeopardy. Or, rather, Jeopardy plays Watson.

A new study is suggesting that insomnia may actually be more natural than a sound eight-hour sleep cycle. Take that, mom!

Oh, the illustrious Apple employee. What’s it really like to work for Steve Jobs?

Twitter-trending-topic extraordinaire Justin Bieber is facing some serious depletion of female resources this week, after the Rolling Stone came out with a piece quoting the singer as being pro-life and insensitive to rape victims.

Except for the fact that, you know, they misquoted him.

Oprah can find the good in anything, really.

A bill expected to pass in the Wisconsin state Senate is garnering national attention — tens of thousands are protesting the bill that would take union rights away from government workers.

Wonder Woman will played by “Friday Night Lights” star Adrianne Palicki for NBC’s series pilot based on the classic comic book. The character will be reinvented with a more modern appeal. We just hope they remember that bullet-dodging bracelets are timeless.

AOL now owns the Huffington Post. Arianna Huffington now owns the letter “H.” So basically, AOL now owns like 3% of this blog entry.

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It’s a world where you can perform magic spells, fight dragons and create potions. Mingle with humans, elves, Halflings, dwarves and Orcs, while preparing for battles. No, it isn’t Harry Potter or Lord of the Rings. It’s SUNY New Paltz’s own LARPing society, right here on campus.  LARP stands for […]

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