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Wednesday, July 16, 2008

Mossberg on SnagFilms

Walt Mossberg reviews SnagFilms, a new website that hopes to finally solve the riddle of documentary film distribution online by creating "a network of virtual movie theaters." (July 16)

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'Model.Live' Ad

Coming in August 2008, "Model.Live" will follow the lives of three young models as they enter the world of top modeling. Video courtesy of Vogue and IMG. (July 16)

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Hunt for the Perfect Wok

If you're tired of paying for greasy stir-fry, you may want to invest in a wok. Personal Journal's Shelly Banjo tests out four of them and finds that one rises above the rest. (July 16)

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The Deconstruction Zone - July 16th

Mike Allen and Jim VandeHei discuss the possible Veep options for John McCain; the frontrunners, the up-and-comers, and those falling in the ranks.

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Solar Funding Soars in First Half

Solar investments in 2008 so far are almost on par with the total for 2007, according to preliminary data. But some softening is seen ahead as we get closer to the expiration of renewable-energy tax credit.

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Banks Use YouTube to Engage Customers

Recent research shows that banks like Vanguard, Bank of America and FBNO Direct are using social media sites to proactively engage customers. Kelsey Hubbard reports. (July 16)

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Delta, AMR Results Fuel Industry

S&P airlines analyst Betsy Snyder discusses better-than-expected earnings results from Delta and AMR. She says major airlines' liquidity positions are relatively strong for 2008. Christopher Hinton reports. (July 16)

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Paradigm CEO Defensively Positioned

Paradigm Asset Management's CEO James Francis tells Paul Lin the volatile U.S. stock market means he's staying defensively positioned, especially after June's sell-off that sent the S&P 500 to lower lows this year and generated huge short interest among traders.(July 16)

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iPhone Worthy?

Unable to get a new 3G, Andy Jordan explores who in line is worthy of the new iPhone. (July 16)

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U.S. Diplomat to Discuss Iran Nuke Program

The White House confirms that high ranking diplomat, William Burns, is headed to Switzerland to speak with Iran's envoy to discuss that country's nuclear program. Video courtesy of Fox News. (July 16)

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Staying Cool While Keeping Energy Costs Down

With both heat and energy prices on the rise, WSJ's AJ Miranda asks some Texans what they're doing to stay cool while keeping costs down.(July 16)

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iPhone Worthy?

Unable to get a new 3G, Andy Jordan explores who in line at the Apple store in Soho is worthy of the new iPhone.

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Obama Wrong On Iraq, For Afghanistan



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Kotecki- 07/16/08

John McCain undergoes gaffe analysis, Congressional Republicans give prizes for talking, and Barack Obama isn't funny.

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Kotecki- 07/16/08

John McCain undergoes gaffe analysis, Congressional Republicans give prizes for talking, and Barack Obama isn't funny.

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A Tigerless British Open Still Interesting

Has the British Open lost some of its luster with Tiger Woods out? Jon Bloom, golf analyst for FoxSports.com, says the PGA Championship might have, but the uniqueness of the British Open will keep fans interested. Video courtesy of Fox News. (July 16)

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New Twists on Old Cost-Saving Tips

Get money-saving tips on everything from groceries to cell phones and even learn how to get more from your paycheck from Janet Bodnar, deputy editor at Kiplinger's Personal Finance Magazine. (July 16)

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Intel Offers a Bright Spot

Dan Scovel, semiconductor analyst at Tokeneke Research, tells Paul Lin that Intel benefited from a strong U.S. dollar and provided a bright spot this earnings season. (July 16)

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Parisian Beaches- Sun, Seine and Sand

Now in its seventh year, Paris Plage transforms the center of the city into a beachside leisure area, dumping two thousand tons of sand on the banks of the River Seine as workers shape the ultimate urban beach. Video courtesy of Reuters. (July 16)

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Beijing Concerned About Chef Shortage

As chefs sharpen their knives ahead of the Olympics, cookery schools fear China may not be able to supply enough chefs for the event. Video courtesy of Reuters. (July 16)

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Malaysia's Anwar Ibrahim Arrested

Malaysian police arrest Anwar Ibrahim, former deputy premier, over sodomy allegations. Anwar, who is leading a charge to seize power, says he fears the authorities are resorting to political tactics. Video courtesy of Reuters. (July 16)

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Mideast Prisoner Swap- Pain and Joy

Hezbollah hands over coffins said to contain the bodies of two captured Israeli soldiers in exchange for Lebanese prisoners held by Israel. The swap evoked both feelings of pain and triumph. Video Courtesy of Reuters. (July 16)

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Kelsey Hubbard's Morning Report

The consumer price index surges, while Wells Fargo hikes its dividend and Cleveland-Cliffs inks a $10 billion deal. Kelsey Hubbard reviews the day's headlines. (July 16)

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Friedman on the New Yorker's Obama cover

The New Yorker's satirical, much-maligned cover, depicting the Barack Obama as a stereotypical Muslim and Michelle Obama as an Angela Davis-like militant, is being exploited by people who hate the New Yorker, the symbol of the liberal media, about as much as the candidate and his wife.

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Playback 7/16/08

Just a Cartoon

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Time for Some Campaignin'

The latest video from Jib Jab looks at the final months before the 2008 election.

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Time for Some Campaignin'

The latest video from Jib Jab looks at the final months before the 2008 election.

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Time for Some Campaignin'

The latest video from Jib Jab looks at the final months before the 2008 election.

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Time for Some Campaignin'

The latest video from Jib Jab looks at the final months before the 2008 election.

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New Drone Aircraft System Draws on Video Gaming Concepts

Raytheon's latest technology for controlling drone aircraft uses sophisticated graphics and lessons learned from the video game industry to fly several planes at the same time.

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VEEPSTAKES- Will Obama Pick a Republican???

VEEPSTAKES: Will Obama Pick a Republican???

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