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US Students Hope to Bring Twitterature to the Masses Guardian | Students at the University of Chicago are creating something called "Twitterature": Squeezing great works of literature into tweets with a 140-character limit.
Obama Now Playing Hard to Get With Iran? Foreign Policy: The Cable | Laura Rozen notes that the Obama administration's relationship with Iran has cooled to the point where their diplomats are no longer invited to our July 4 festivities.
Altidore's Goal Leads U.S. to Stunning Upset ESPN | The U.S. men's soccer team defeated Spain 2-0 in a remarkable upset which would be bigger news if anyone watched soccer in this country.
Burmese Pythons Slithering Their Way North? Associated Press | Scientists are investigating whether Burmese pythons are slithering north out of Florida, raising the question of whether Samuel L. Jackson will be available for a real-life sequel to "Snakes on a Plane."

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