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Reading List: List.ly makes Twitter lists significantly more awesome: Social, shareable, manageable, and rankable

Twitter lists kind of suck. First of all, they’re buried way down deep in Twitter’s interface, a sort of forgotten feature that isn’t easy to find.

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Reading List: How to Rip a DVD to Your Computer

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Reading List: Samsung drops Android for Tizen in new Gear 2 smartwatches

A mere six months after the introduction of the Galaxy Gear, Samsung is returning to the smartwatch market with two new models: the Gear 2 and Gear 2 Neo.

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Reading List: Simple Guidelines for Protecting Your Gmail Account

If you’re like us, the keys to your life are kept within Gmail’s walls. Make sure they’re safe by following a few simple guidelines. The web apps experts at Stack Exchange offer a few must-follow tips.

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Reading List: 8 Brutally Honest Facebook Notifications That Need to Exist Now

Not cool, Ryan. Not cool at all. You’d like to follow the Britney/Mark Facebook drama, but what if you’re jumping in halfway through the passive-aggressive status update war? It would be good to know who’s actually involved before you take your stance.

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Reading List: Follow the photos : The real reason Facebook just paid almost 10% of its market cap for WhatsApp : PandoDaily

So you thought $1 billion for Instagram was crazy. And then you thought $3 billion for Snapchat was insane.

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Reading List: The Ant on a Rubber Rope Paradox

An ant is inching along a rope at one centimeter per second. The rope is made of rubber, and being stretched at a rate of kilometer per second. Will the ant ever reach the end? Here’s a paradox for people working on long, arduous projects.

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