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Posted at 4:17 PM ET, 01/14/2011

Tunisia, texting advice and pandas: four videos for the weekend

By Melissa Bell

A final four videos to sent you off into the long weekend:

As the streets of Tunisia boiled with revolution, young protesters recorded their fight on Twitter, Facebook and YouTube. YouTube has a whole selection of on-the-street videos here. One example puts you right in the middle of it all:

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A lesson on why not to text and walk:

(Via The Daily What)

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Google's ad for their first global science fair makes me want to break out my seventh grade electric hot dog cooker and get to work on it again.

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And yes, there is a video making the rounds, but I just can't in good conscience host it on BlogPost. If you want to see a man accosted by a rat on the NYC subway, click here. And, yes, if you do click, I will judge you.

To get that image out of my mind, I leave you with this:

By Melissa Bell  | January 14, 2011; 4:17 PM ET
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