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PSA of the Day: Megaupload shuttered by the feds! Its employees arrested overseas! Its multimillion-dollar assets seized! Its archenemies brought down by Anonymous! Its CEO... is Alicia Keys husband?!

We're following the developing drama over at TDW: Geek, and you should too.

[tdwgeek.]

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PSA of the Day: Know-it-all CGP Grey helps the History Channel wrap its virtual head around this whole "history" thing.

[cgpgrey.]

See Also: Another timely explainer from Grey about the upcoming primary elections.

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PSA of the Day: The single greatest CPR instructional video starring Vinnie Jones and set to the Bee Gees' "Stayin' Alive" you'll see today, guaranteed.

[mefi.] 

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PSA of the Day: Whatchu know bout Iowa? In all likelihood, not very much.

With the caucuses just around the corner it probably couldn't hurt to know something about the Corn Belt's de facto capital besides its nickname or its contribution to Starfleet.

Iowa Public Television's Scott Siepker volunteers to lay down some nice (if sl

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PSA of the Day: Hey! You! The one in the back with the exceptional communication and organizational skills. Yes, you.

Wanna write for The Daily What?

Well, you can't always get what you want. In your case, however, I'm willing to make an exception. That's how much I like you!

Want to know more? First, make sure you have some sort of experience writing in a serious, fast-paced environment, preferably in the news arena

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PSA of the Day: Patton Oswalt recreates the now-infamous angry Alamo Drafthouse patron voicemail for the latest in the cinema chain's long line of amazing anti-talking/texting PSAs.

Young Adult director Jason Reitman makes an appearance.

(NSFW, inebriated expletives.

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PSA of the Day: Taking a page from the book of National Lampoon's "buy this magazine or we'll kill this dog," the American Lung Association has launched a new campaign wherein they subject a baby with asthma to harmful power plant pollutants in order to make it cough.

I get your point, ALA, but did you really have to make an asthmatic baby sick just to make it? Seems a bit much.