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reuters.com — The Sonnet Project is a free app for the iPhone and iPad that showcases the bard's poetry through films of up to two minutes and performances by Tony-Award winning actors Joanna Gleason and Cady Huffman, among others. "Shakespeare gets a bad rap.
usatoday.com — Google's headquarters in Mountain View, Calif. (Photo: David Paul Morris Getty Images) Do you know every Google search you've ever performed is stored on the search giant's servers? And that data is cross-linked to your search data from YouTube, Google Maps and any other Google services you use.
usatoday.com — Nervous about investing when stocks are at record highs? (Photo: Thinkstock) Investing in the stock market when it's at an all-time high seems like one of those ominous moments, like when someone decides to go for a swim in Jaws or peer at an egg in any of the Alien movies.
usatoday.com — SAN MATEO, CA - APRIL 16: A worker hammers nails at a housing development under construction on April 16, 2013 in San Mateo, California. The Commerce Department reported that new home construction was up 7 percent in March from February, the biggest gain since June 2008.
usatoday.com — Indiana is telling jobless residents that they won't be getting their extended federal unemployment benefits as of Saturday due to the federal budget impasse (Photo: AP file) The number of Americas applying for unemployment benefits for the first time rose sharply in the week ended May 11 after hitting a five-year low the previous week, the Labor Department said Thursday.
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