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  • Get Ready to Rock the New Year!

    Where has all the time gone? It's time to kick 2008 to the curb and get your goals together for 2009 so we have ideas, inspiration, and ways to track you progress. Plus, the FU of the Week is served by the guy (usually) behind the scenes of EPIC FU, Steve Woolf! Time to get your party on!

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  • How To RaWk the Holidays!

    How close are you to holiday overload? Good thing we're here! From cheap gifts to holiday cynicism to chiptunes, there's something for everyone. And in the spirit of kick-assedness, the FU of the Week is delivered by Jay Smooth, radio host and hip-hop videoblog producer! It's a holiday FU!

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  • How To Make a Kick-Ass Web Show!

    Strap yourselves in as we run down all the tools you need to make an awesome web show, from ideas to equipment to distribution. Plus, the FU of the Week is served by Tim Gibbons, exec producer of HBO's Curb Your Enthusiasm and Golden Globe winner, who is exploring new media with a passion!

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  • Get Ready for the End of the World!

    This week we dive headfirst into the craziest, weirdest, scariest conspiracies circulating around the web! 2012, asteroids, magnetic pole reversals, Project Bluebeam, HAARP, reptilian humanoids, and more. Plus, the FU of the Week is served by the remix geniuses at Wreck and Salvage!

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  • Vampire Bloodlust and How to Hack the World!

    It seems like vampires are running rampant, but do they make good bloggers? The FU of the Week is served by the Internet's MacGyver, Bre Pettis, who recently shot a TV pilot. Plus, furniture made from skateboards, stop motion video goodness, and you can make your own TV commercials!

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  • Overthanked and Underspanked

    It's the week of Thanksgiving in the U.S. and there's no better time to get drunk with the creators of Tiki Bar TV, serving an extra-strong FU of the week! Plus, we should be thankful for hacking Ikea, a sex life tracker, and a science dance contest, just for starters! Ain't no turkey on the FU this week!

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  • Hollywood 2.0: Use the Web To Make Your Movie

    This week we're wondering who our new enemy should be! And somewhat ironically, we are also looking at ways that social media can unite people. Howard Stern thinks blogging is for losers, Ze Frank is trying to bring together red states and blue states, and the FU of the Week is delivered by a filmmaker using the web to bring people together to crowd-fund her new movie. All that, plus an artist named Mr. Brainwash. What more could you need?

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  • Has Everything Gone Retro?

    It seems like everything old is new again. This week we check out retro hipster fashion tips, see some sexy retro people, avoid a retro burger that won't die, and review some great journal projects and timeline tools. Plus, the FU of the Week is served by a social media expert, and our Artist of the Week has a true gift for seeing people.

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  • What Would You Change?

    Change is in the air, but now what? There's change all around us if you know where to look. This week we have a game hacker's marriage proposal, an art exhibit based on LOLcats, and the FU of the Week is served by Causecast, a cause-based social network. Plus our Artist of the Week created a painting from 600 viewer-submitted moments of change. What are you going to change?

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  • Tim and Eric Give Good Halloween

    This week Tim and Eric from Adult Swim take us on a wistful (not) journey through their show's evolution, which actually began on the web! We also run down Halloween costumes for the lazy, check out some ridiculously amazing pumpkin carvings, check out some old people fighting, and throw in a few upside-down dogs for good measure. It's a horrific Halloween episode!

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