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  1. Research Suggests Altruism Doesn’t Exist, At Least in Humans and Primates

    Monkeys keep tabs on who owes them something, and you don't want to be in monkey-debt.

    Sharing is caring, but you're lying if you say you don't expect something in return, and science knows it. Researchers looked at 32 studies of primates and human foragers, and the evidence points to the fact that when sharing food, we want something out of it. Ass, gas, or bananas. Nobody rides for free.

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  2. Sony Unveils Used Game Policy With Handy Instructional Video

    What now Microsoft, what now?

    Hot off the announcement at their E3 press conference, Sony's own Adam Boyes tweeted an instructional video to simplify the used game/game sharing policy on the new Playstation 4.

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  3. Facebook Integration Puts Your Guilty Netflix Pleasures Out There for the World to See

    Look, we all have a guilty pleasure show or two on Netflix.  A show that we love dearly, but don't bring up around company, because come on, really? I like to hope my friends and relatives would be shocked to find out how many episodes of I Shouldn't Be Alive or Quanutm Leap I have binge watched, for example. God knows I'm surprised by it. But pretty soon, no one will be surprised by any piece of shameful television you put in your Instant Watch queue. That's because by the end of the week, Netflix is going to be set to tattle on your viewing to your Facebook friends, leaving you with a lot of uncomfortable questions to answer about why you gave a 5 star rating to Say Yes To The Dress.

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  4. Researchers Reveal Science Behind Penguin Snuggling

    Sharing isn't always caring, it would seem. In penguins, for example, sharing seems to be the result of being kind of a jerk. Researchers investigating the physics of how penguins share warmth by huddling together on particularly cold Antarctic days found that each penguin is trying only to maximize the heat it retains while snuggling with its colleagues, but that the result is an egalitarian cuddle pile in which every penguin has more or less the same access to warmth. In other more important news, there are researchers working hard on revealing the science behind penguin snuggling, because hooray for science.

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  5. 5 Years in Online Sharing Trends [Infographic]

    Caring and sharing, it can be fun. I'll give you some when you have none. And what with digital media, I don't even have to deplete my own supply of sweet, sweet memes or awesome videos of crazy Russian dudes climbing on high things in order to share them with you. See, I just did it. Well, AddThis is devoted to tracking, researching, and understanding the emerging and morphing sharing habits of our time and they've decided to share it with the world in the form of a lovely infographic.

    If you're a big user of embedded social networking buttons, you may be interested to know how much sharing happens via copy and paste. If you're like me, you only just remembered embedded social networking buttons exist. However you do it, sharing isn't going anywhere. The top 5 sharing networks all have growth about %200 percent in the past year alone. I wonder where we'll be after the next 5 years.

    Full infographic after the jump.

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