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theglobeandmail.com — You only had to meet the late James Gandolfini once to realize he was a creative soul trapped in a brute's body. Although only slightly more than six-feet tall, Gandolfini easily tipped the scales in the 300-pound range and his bulky frame served him well in his career-making role as conflicted mob boss Tony Soprano on The Sopranos.
theatlantic.com — It's an indication of our great fortune, our great decadence, or both, that when you type the word "viral" in a Google search bar, the first result isn't an influenza or meningitis. It's videos. While the former two subjects capture the attention of real scientists, the secrets of virality have captured the less-than-purely-scientific attention of marketers.
guardian.co.uk — Facebook and Microsoft have struck agreements with the US government to release limited information about the number of surveillance requests they receive, a modest victory for the companies as they struggle with the fallout from disclosures about a secret government data-collection program.
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