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Philippe Dubost's online resume is in a class by itself.

The web product manager built a web C.V. that is a near-perfect ringer for an Amazon product page … with himself as the product, of course. Check it out:

Dubost Resume

Every detail is hilarious, from "Customer Reviews" to Dimensions (186 cm), and Language (trilingual). You can Add to Cart or even purchase related products!

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Apple has always been very careful about what can be downloaded from its app store, and in turn, pulled an app this week amid concerns over its content.

Or more specifically, its ability to share content.

Tim Cook Picture

The app in question, 500px, allows users to upload and share photos; it is possible to view nude photos if one first disables a "safe search" feature.

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Apple stock is currently in free fall (albeit from record-setting highs) amid speculation that the company is losing a little bit of its innovative edge. 

An iPhone 6 with fingerprint technology could change that.

iPhone Fingerprint

According to AppleInsider, the rumored innovation for this year or early next could come in the form of a sensor beneath the iPhone's home button.

The iPhone 6 fingerprint sensor would be "an intuitive design that could be difficult for competing Android and Windows Phone devices to copy."

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Even dogs are using Skype to maintain long-distance relationships nowadays.

In this fun viral video, a pair of canine pals communicate in a video chat ... which soon turns somewhat heated for reasons we humans aren't privy to.

Seems like these two have some issues to hash out ...

Arguing over who sniffed who at the dog park this morning? Whether or not Congress should raise the debt ceiling? The NFC Championship Game spread?

We may never know.

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The law used to prosecute Internet freedom activist and hacker Aaron Swartz could be amended in the near future - in the late Reddit co-founder's honor.

At least if Rep. Zoe Lofgren (D-CA) wants.

Swartz Pic

Lofgren posted on Reddit Tuesday evening a proposal to amend the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, under which Aaron was being charged.

"We should prevent what happened to Aaron from happening to other Internet users," Lofgren wrote Wednesday on a post, appropriately, on Reddit.

Swartz committed suicide Friday at the age of 26.

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In one of the nerdiest and most entertaining videos we've seen in awhile, CDZA and its co-founder offers a new take on the Fresh Prince of Bel Air theme song.

Having run the lyrics through Google Translate and back.

Watch below as the site (which "creates musical experiences") puts the Will Smith / DJ Jazzy Jeff smash to the search engine auto-translation test ...

The lyrics were translated from English to the world's most spoken language (Mandarin), to the second most (Spanish), to the third most, to the fourth most, etc.

Then rapper Jeremie Harris does his hilarious thing, dropping awkwardly-phrased lyrical BOMBS that make you scratch your head and smile as you rock to the beat.

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Facebook's big announcement today involved the unveiling of a customized Facebook search engine called Graph Search. So what is this thing's deal?

"Graph Search is not a web search," said CEO Mark Zuckerberg.

“It’s about graphing our part of the web.”

Graph Search

Zuckerberg and the tool’s creators showed how you can use Graph Search to dig through Facebook to find exactly who or what you want to find.

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Aaron Swartz, a programmer and Internet activist who co-founded a company that would eventually become Reddit, committed suicide Friday in N.Y. City.

And no, tragically, it's not a hoax, unlike so many memorable recent items emerging from Reddit. His lawyer confirmed the surprising news earlier today.

He was only 26 years old.

Swartz

"The tragic and heartbreaking information you received is, regrettably, true," confirmed Swartz' attorney, Elliot R. Peters of Kecker and Van Nest, via email.

MIT's student newspaper The Tech was the first to report the suicide of Swartz, who had hinted at battles with depression numerous times in the past.

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If you're still using your hands to answer your iPhone 5, well, obviously you're missing out. N00b. Let this Japanese guy show you how it's DONE, son.

This dude demonstrates the ballerest way to pick up the hottest phone ever - a custom, state-of-the-art quick-draw contraption. Bow down to the master.

Because hands are for punks.

After seeing his diagram and demonstration, two thoughts come to mind:

  1. This guy is King of the Internet, at least until the next video we post in 15 minutes.
  2. We really need one of those in 17 months when we can get an iPhone upgrade.

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Move over, Zuckerberg. Florida resident Zachary Marks, 11, began his own social network, called Grom Social, after his parents banned him from using Facebook.

Grom Social is designed specifically for children.

Marks

Marks had a Facebook account for roughly a week despite being two years too young to join the site, having lied about his age to create an account.

When his parents discovered that he may have been engaging in risky online activities, they pulled the plug. At that point, he came up with a plan.

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