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Bwoglines: Starting Anew Edition

Bieber’s capuchin monkey, Mally, though still stuck in better hands with the Munich Animal Protection League, might go to a zoo soon. (Entertainment News) France became the 14th nation to approve same-sex marriage, and this little girl is adorable! (NY Times) Party with Petraeus in NYC beginning next August, as he’s been named visiting professor at CUNY’s […]

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Bwoglines: Innovation Edition

Apple revealed the new iPhone 5 yesterday and it looks a lot like the iPhone 4. (Reuters) It took Apple three years to figure out a new way to rip off consumers with “EarPods;” in that time, scientists have discovered a new species of monkeys in the DRC in an “exhaustive study.” (Washington Post, CNN) […]

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