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Upset Of The Weekend Was Highlighted By A Large Man Dancing Shirtless On A Pole + MORE 10/07/2012

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Upset Of The Weekend Was Highlighted By A Large Man Dancing Shirtless On A Pole

– businessinsider.com

The biggest upset of the weekend happened when unranked NC State dropped third-ranked Florida State 17-16, with a touchdown in the final minute. But the highlight of the game came after the game. That’s when NC State fans did not storm the field. Instead, a large NC State fan took his shirt off and climbed a pole. And somehow this seems like a fitting end to the college football weekend. Bring on the NFL! Please follow Sports Page on Twitter and Facebook…

The making of K-Pop

– http://marginalrevolution.com/

Standing beside me was Jon Toth, a twenty-nine-year-old white guy, a computer scientist who had driven twelve hours straight from New Mexico. Toth is a fan of Girls’ Generation, a nine-member girl group in the process of recording its American début album, with Interscope Records. At the time he stumbled across the Girls, on YouTube, Toth was an alt-rock guy; he loved Weezer. “I was definitely not the kind of guy you’d expect to get into a nine-girl Asian group,” he told me…

LinkedIn Embraces Publishing: This Week in Social Media

– socialmediaexaminer.com

Welcome to our weekly edition of what’s hot in social media news.To help you stay up to date with social media, here are some of the news items that caught our attention.What’s New This Week?LinkedIn Gives Thought Leaders a Publishing Platform: Thought leaders can now publish articles on LinkedIn and users can choose to follow content from their favorite authors. This new feature is currently limited to “150 of the most influential thought leaders on LinkedIn,” but will expand over the next few months…

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Upset Of The Weekend Was Highlighted By A Large Man Dancing Shirtless On A Polebusinessinsider.com
The making of K-Pophttp://marginalrevolution.com/
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