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Online ‘Planking’ Craze Leads to Death

The Internet photo sensation called "planking," which can be best described as extreme lying down, led to a 20-year-old Australian man plunging to his death while partaking in the fad this weekend, police said.

Queensland police said the man fell several stories from a Brisbane high-rise early Sunday morning while engaging in the activity, in which the planker lies flat on their stomach in various environments while onlookers capture photos. Those photos are then uploaded to various social media sites.

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One in Five Smart Phone Users Don’t Use Internet on Their Device

File this under "So why in the world did you buy one?"

A survey by Ipsos OTX of 5,013 adults has found that 19 percent of smart phone owners have never used their device to access the Internet.

Furthermore, 32 percent have never used an app, assuring that their smart phone Internet experience -- for which they are presumably paying a monthly charge for -- is extremely limited.

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One Out of Three Say You Can Fall in Love Online Without Ever Meeting [POLL]

Apparently, falling in love with someone face-to-face is for old folks.  In this day and age, people are more than happy to fall in love FACEBOOK-TO-FACEBOOK.

 According to a new study, more than one out of three Americans say they believe it's possible to fall in love online . . . without ever meeting the person face-to-face.

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People Admit They Steal Their Neighbor’s Wi-Fi

Do you have a password on your Internet connection at home?  I'm guessing a few of you are saying "yes" . . . more of you are saying "um, maybe?" . . . and plenty of you are saying "thank goodness my neighbors don't use a password on theirs."

According to a new nationwide survey, 32% of Americans . . . or ONE out of THREE . . . admit they're stealing their neighbor's Wi-Fi Internet connection.

In other words . . . if you don't have a password on your wireless Internet router, there's a pretty decent chance someone in the area is leeching off you.

In 2008, only 18% of people said they were hopping on a neighbor's Wi-Fi connection.  Then again, a lot more people have high-speed Internet today than back in '08.

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Would You Rather Give Up Food or the Internet? [POLL]


Internet addiction isn't just for "World of Warcraft" players and chat room shut-ins anymore.  According to a new Nielsen survey, if you had to give up cable, your cell phone, the Internet, or FOOD . . . you'd do anything to keep your Internet.

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