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Puzzle Susan puts new spin on lazy Susan

The Kickstarter project Puzzle Susan takes a lazy Susan and adds meshed gears. When put together, the tabletop set offers a fun way to interact at the dinner table.

By Jan. 23, 2014

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Lazy Susan likes electric fondue

The Cuisinart CF0-1000 Lazy Susan Electric Fondue features a fun design. Individual serving cups rotate about the device on a moveable ring.

By Oct. 10, 2012

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Susan Kare's early Mac icons gave computers a personality (photos)

Millions of people around the world are familiar with the artwork of Susan Kare, but few would be able to connect that name with Apple's early computer icons. Her new book takes a look back.

11 Images Dec. 25, 2011

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Lazy Susan warming tray helps slow diners

The Deni Circular Warming Tray is a convenient appliance that can be used to keep dinner warm.

By Mar. 9, 2011

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A simple Susan for your table

The Stainless-Steel Lazy Susan offers an attractive way to ensure that everyone at the table can reach the salt.

By Jul. 28, 2010

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Susan Boyle falters, clutches stomach, and sings on

In her second performance on "Britain's Got Talent," YouTube sensation Susan Boyle begins with flat notes, but progresses to next week's final.

By May. 24, 2009

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Susan Boyle won't have longevity, says judge

YouTube sensation Susan Boyle will sing Sunday in the "Britain's Got Talent" semifinals. But one of the judges, Amanda Holden, says that Boyle has no longevity as a singer.

By May. 23, 2009

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Live-streaming Susan Boyle

Fans of the Scottish singing sensation just might be able to stream the semifinals live, starting Sunday.

By May. 23, 2009

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Is YouTube fame ruining Susan Boyle?

In the couple of weeks since Susan Boyle has risen to the attention of the world (even of U.N, Secretary General Kofi Annan), she has been blinded by attention. Has she had enough?

By May. 1, 2009

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Tragedy! Susan Boyle clip not making anyone money

The lack of an advance deal between British channel ITV and YouTube means that, gasp, no one is making money from a clip that's reached more than 100 million views.

By Apr. 23, 2009