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  1. Introducing Our New Webseries Geek on the Street Episode One “Two Apps and a Lie”

    We have a webseries now. Webseries are cool.

    In the premiere of our new original webseries, I asked the people of Austin to spot the fake app from a list of three. Two of them are real, the other is one we made up but wish was real. Could they spot the one we made up? I also found someone who gave me some advice on lying to people.

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  2. Get Your Buzzing Finger Ready: Register Now To Try Out For Jeopardy!

    If there's one thing watching Jeopardy! over the years has taught me, it's that Jeopardy is super easy, and I would totally win if I ever got the chance to play, just as long as I was playing against members of my immediate family and none of those occasional Bible question categories came up. In other words, I would totally win Jeopardy! Soon, though, I'm going to put my money where my mouth is and try out -- again -- for the best game show America has to offer. You can too, if you decide to pit your wits against millions of contestants from across the country and the globe vying to be the next person going "Seriously, you guys, I don't think this buzzer is working!" in front of a live studio audience. Think you've got what it takes? You can prove it online next month. Keep reading to learn how.

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  3. A Bit of Trivia Regarding the History of Trivia [Video]

    How much trivia do you know? Probably quite a bit. How much do you know about trivia? Not as much, I'd guess. YouTuber jerimiahjw has come to fill that particular gap in your knowledge with his video outlining the history of trivia. Take a break from memorizing every English monarch born on Tuesday to watch this neat little video!

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  4. A Google a Day: New Daily Trivia Puzzle From Google

    Google has announced a new daily puzzle, dubbed A Google a Day, in which they pose a question with an answer that is supposed to be a tad difficult to search for using the wondrous powers of search engines. Questions will be posted every day on, as well as above the New York Times crossword puzzle on weekdays, with the answers being posted in both venues the following day, along with search tips and whatever features were used to find the answer.

    The difficulty of the questions will increase over the course of the week, and Google has made a special version of their search engine that puzzlers can use over on A Google a Day that excludes features that may contain spoilers, such as Google's real-time updates. Players can follow @agoogleaday on Twitter, or email the team at

    (via Official Google Blog)

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  5. 17 Fun Facts About Seinfeld

    Whether you like it or not, NBC's Seinfeld is still heralded by many as one of television's best shows to date. There's the occasional fun fact about the show that most people know, such as how there's a Superman reference in every episode, but there are various other fun facts of which someone people may be unaware, which is what the detailed infographic after the jump is for.

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