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Top News: Internet

TopFinds: Defending Burnaby Mountain; Canadian lakes 'jellifying'

A first-hand account of the protests against Kinder Morgan at Burnaby Mountain. Industrial acid deposits are turning Canadian lakes into literal jelly. How magic mushrooms transform the brain. Welcome to this week's TopFinds.

Watch terrifying animation of world's tallest 570ft rollercoaster

Orlando - Watch a hair-raising 4-minute animation presenting a realistic portrayal of the drop from the 570-foot summit of the world's tallest roller-coaster, at a speed of 65 mph, through corkscrew twists, turns, loops and inversions to ground level.

Video: Mysterious blast 'turns night to day' over Russia's Urals

Yekaterinburg - A massive explosion which lit up the sky over Russia's Urals has become the subject of speculation after the authorities declined comment on it although several locals captured it on camera. According to an eyewitness, the explosion "turned night to day."

Uber executive reportedly advocates smearing woman journalist

Manhattan - Uber, the internet's high-tech ride-sharing company is in damage control mode right now due to statements allegedly made by Emil Michael, the company's senior vice president for business, while in New York at a private dinner last week.

Man stealthily films wife rapping; great singer, awesome reaction

If you haven't visited the site 'What's Trending' you might consider doing so. Cool stuff, some you may not see anywhere else, and they pick out funny videos from Youtube. They don't just feature celebs, some videos are of just plain folks.

Facebook is working on an 'at work' version for enterprises

New reports indicate that social network giant Facebook is gearing up to transform collaboration in the workplace by creating a new tool currently dubbed "Facebook At Work", designed specifically for enterprises.

Today is National Unfriend Day on Facebook

A new trend that is now making people take long looks at their friend list and deleting those "extra" friends. With the encouragement of privacy and security, Today is National Unfriend Day. It reminds us all that cleaning your friend list is a good idea.

TopFinds: Rosetta comet mission success; Alzheimer's breakthrough

The Philae spacecraft has landed on a comet, marking a world first. A major breakthrough against Alzheimer's is on the horizon. Robert Plant denies a nearly $800 million payday to reunite Led Zeppelin. Welcome to this week's TopFinds.

Profile of a Digital Journalist: Karen Graham's natural passion Special

For some, the path to taking up journalism comes from education in the field. For Digital Journal Editor-at-Large Karen Graham, a lifetime's worth of experiences — from serving in the army to owning pet stores — led her to where she is now.

Video of father singing 'Blackbird' to dying newborn goes viral

Loma Linda - A deeply touching video shows a father singing Paul McCartney's song "Blackbird" to his dying newborn son a few days after his wife and mother of the baby died in childbirth.

Video: 'Drunk Girl in Public' experiment gives disturbing results

Los Angeles - A new viral video "Drunk Girl in Public" shows a young woman pretending to be drunk and trying to find her way home. She approaches five men and asks for help. But instead of helping, they try to take advantage of her. Only one man offered assistance.

LinkedIn users suing over feature they say ruined job searches

If you're one of LinkedIn's more than 300 million users, it's possible the professional networking site has helped you get a job.

Video: Cheating wife caught on camera with bartender by best man

A video showing the moment a "cheating wife" was caught on camera by her husband's best man has gone viral online, with over one million views in the first 24 hours after it was posted online.

Activists hold worldwide 'hackathon' in memory of Aaron Swartz Special

San Francisco - Activists, hacktivists, developers, programmers and other concerned Internet users held an international hackathon in nearly a dozen cities around the world on Saturday in memory of Aaron Swartz on what would have been his 28th birthday.

Obama calls on FCC to enact strict net neutrality rules

Washington - President Barack Obama on Monday voiced his strongest support yet for a free and open Internet, imploring the Federal Communications Commission to adopt strict net neutrality rules.

This is Facebook's plan to conquer Russia

Facebook is planning to take over as Russia's No.1 social network, and it's enlisting an army of app developers to help it get there.

TopFinds: Revelations on USS Liberty attack; WW II plane found

Al Jazeera has aired a new documentary with some big revelations on the USS Liberty attack. A World War II plane is recovered from Lake Muskoka. A South African man has a South American lungfish removed from his bowels. Welcome to this week's TopFinds.

Facebook users often unable to tell real from fraudulent links

An exhaustive, multi-year study of malware and phishing scams present on Facebook reveals that users often have a hard time distinguishing between real Facebook links and harmful viruses.

Can faster Internet make you more productive?

A new study finds that cities with Internet speeds as fast as 1 gigabit per second (GBPS) are more productive than surrounding areas with slower Internet.
 

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