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Close of Business is a new video series that we're trying out. The idea is simple: at 5 pm (or thereabouts) every day, we post a quick video summarizing the top three news stories of the day -- and giving you one new Twitter or Tumblr to follow. Some of them we'll have written about; others will just be what people were talking about on the Internet.

Today's suggested Twitter follow: @LRBPersonal.

Let us know what you think. We think it could be a useful and interesting addition to your day.

It'll be replacing our launch video series, How to Think About. Or at least that's how we're thinking about it now.

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