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  1. FoodBuzz Looks at Cauliflower and Tells Kale to Take a Hike, Plus Game of Thrones Jokes

    Well now we're hungry for vegetables. Thanks a lot, PBS.

    Oh sure, kale's had a good run as the trendy vegetable for the last few years, but PBS FoodBuzz is here to make a case for cauliflower. Have host Chris Hauselt explain what's been making cauliflower so trendy recently, and also get a few great recipe suggestions like cauliflower steak or buffalo wings.

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  2. New PBS Digital Studios Show FoodBuzz Looks at Sriracha

    This video may have inspired me to take a lunch break.

    PBS Digital Studios has added a new webseries to its already impressive roster of great shows like Idea ChannelOff Book, and Game/Show. The new addition is FoodBuzz hosted by Chris Hauselt, and they're starting strong with an episode about sriracha.

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  3. SciShow Answers That Most Important Of Questions: Why Does Swiss Cheese Have Holes?

    But not "why is it so delicious," sadly.

    Yes, it is the question that has plagued mankind for generations, probably: why does tasty, tasty swiss cheese come filled with holes? The folks over at SciShow know the answer, and want to put you out of your curiosity-based misery. It's a fermentation thing. Who knew?

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  4. What Does Your Favorite Video Game Genre Say About You?

    A lot, but probably not as much as your Netflix recommendations. They've got you pegged.

    Mario or Zelda? Plants vs. Zombies or Farmville? MMO or puzzle game? These days, there's a video game genre out there to fit everyone's tastes, but if there's a game custom tailored to hit every possible market, what does a game genre say about the players who choose to play it? PBS Game/Show has some ideas.

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  5. PBS Explores Cosplay With One Of Our Own Editors!

    Fashion for Nonhumans

    Well, two, actually. Yes, in addition to Jill, I, Susana, am also in this video. But I'm not telling you who, though I will tell you that I appear more than once. Speculate at your leisure! Previously in Cosplay

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  6. Our Friend Bill Nye Talks Bow Ties in New PBS/NOVA Secret Life of Scientists Video

    Bow ties are cool, and science rules.

    Our friend Bill Nye is being profiled in the new PBS/NOVA series The Secret Life of Scientists that premieres March 4th. It's no secret that Nye is a fan of bow ties, and in this clip he answers a lot of questions about his fashion choice. I know the bow ties are the focus here, but that jacket though... Nye's got style.

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  7. Let’s Talk about the Science of Kissing with It’s Okay To Be Smart [Video]

    Ooh baby, I just want to slobber all up on your face and stuff.

    Kissing is fun, but it's also incredibly weird. Like, who was the first person to think, "Hey that person is cute, I would like to exchange saliva with them and possibly accidentally knock them in the teeth?" Luckily, the reassuringly titled PBS web series It's Okay To Be Smart is here to tell us just why kissing feels so good in the first place.

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  8. 2013′s Big Gaming Changes Brought to You by Game/Show

    You can get virtual fouls for real swearing in NBA 2K14, because Kinect is always listening. Creepy.

    2013 was a big year for gaming with new consoles and an explosion on Internet gaming spectatorship. Now that they year is drawing to a close, Game/Show is here to recap it all for you and take a look at what it means for the future in what is absolutely not an end-of-the-year list. Nope. Just an ordered explanation of numbered facts.

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  9. PBS Ideas Channel Asks: Doctor Who?

    Questions! Questions That Need Answering

    If the central feature of the Doctor is his unstableness... then who (or what) is "the Doctor?" Previously in PBS Ideas Channel

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  10. PBS Game/Show Moves Past Simply Asking if Games Are Racist and Instead Asks Why

    Please note that adding an awful stereotype character does not equal adding diversity to your game.

    PBS Game/Show points out racism in games and asks the more important question of why games are racist. Predominantly white characters may come from demographical misconceptions and slightly lame technical issues, but there's no excuse for the stereotype status of some racial depictions.

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