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An attractive woman comes up to you and asks if you'd be kind enough to take her photo in front of the Golden Gate Bridge. Naturally, you agree. As you're lining up a good shot, you can't help but notice the camera's sleek, lightweight design. Sucker.

By Drake Bennett
September 24, 2006

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TWO WEEKS AGO, a bright, pretty 16-year-old girl named ``Bree," who under the screen name ``lonelygirl15" had posted a series of wildly popular video diary entries on the website YouTube, was revealed to be an actress, her online confessions written and directed by three aspiring filmmakers. In a note on a lonelygirl15 fansite, her creators wrote that, far from a ... (Full article: 1347 words)

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