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Brian Williams explained to David Letterman last night how exactly he was able to continue doing the evening news last year when a fire alarm briefly went off in the background. We've never had to carry a television show before, so we'll defer to Letterman, who seems convinced that this is about the hardest thing any mortal can attempt. [CBS]
Casey Anthony has resurfaced in a sad and depressing new video diary on YouTube. Casey Anthony types -- you know who you are -- should feel free to analyze it like the Zapruder at their convenience. [YouTube]
Shares of Kodak were trading at 42 cents on Wednesday. Kodak! 42 cents! For perspective on how much the company's fortunes have declined here's an add they cut in 1957 for the Brownie home camera. It's hard to believe than in 60 years, stock in the company that came up with this would be worth half the price of a can of Pepsi. [Mother Board]
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