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Man's best friend gets a car

Honda and Mitsubishi show off dog-friendly cars at the New York auto show.

By April 9, 2009

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Man Twitters and is attacked by tree

An office worker is jogging and Twittering. He is so engrossed in his tweet that he doesn't notice a low-hanging branch, which gives him a black (berry) eye.

By June 1, 2009

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NBA PR man admits he's anonymous commenter

Raymond Ridder, PR man for the Golden State Warriors, admits he went on the WarriorsWorld.net fan site and posted anonymous comments. He wanted the discussion to go in a "more positive direction."

By May 23, 2009

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Man uses Google Earth to find suicide spot

A 40-year-old Londoner uses the mapping service to choose the place where he will will die.

By May 20, 2009

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Man accused of posting fake Craigslist sex ad for revenge

A former pharmacist is accused of using information about a patient to post a fake sex ad purporting to be from her. His motive is alleged to be revenge after she told him she would file a complaint.

By May 15, 2009

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Pac-Man oven mitt channels inner child

Pac Man Oven Mitt by Boing Boing Gadgets invokes nostalgia every time you bake

By May 15, 2009

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Man found guilty of stabbing fellow gamer 86 times

David Heiss is found guilty of murdering fellow gamer Matthew Pyke by planning his attack like a war game and stabbing him 86 times.

By May 11, 2009

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NASA braces for manned space review

Reeling from more than $3 billion in projected budget cuts through 2013, engineers working to built a post-shuttle rocket system are bracing for a critical outside assessment.

By May 8, 2009

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Obama orders manned space program review

NASA's fiscal 2010 $18.7 billion budget request includes near-term funding boost for post-shuttle moon program, but $3.1 billion in cuts through 2013.

By May 7, 2009

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Man uses YouTube to help deliver baby

His wife drops on all fours. He calls the hospital. There are no midwives available. So naval engineer Marc Stephens has to rely on a couple of YouTube videos he's just watched.

By April 30, 2009