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WATCH: Secrets To Predicting The Odds Of Anything Revealed

The Huffington Post | William Goodman | Posted 02.18.2014 | Science

Economists use it to keep our society stable financially. You likely bet your life that your doctor has a solid grasp of it. And professional gamblers...

YouTube Marathon Raises Unbelievable Amount For Charity

The Huffington Post | Cate Matthews | Posted 02.24.2014 | Impact

YouTube users have proven they care about more than just binging on cute animal videos and funny parodies. Project For Awesome, an annual YouTube-...

Bringing The Subscription Model To Crowdfunding

Turnstyle | Posted 09.24.2013 | Media
Turnstyle

By Noah J. Nelson (@noahjnelson) Is there a need for a new crowdfunding platform aimed at ongoing creative projects? Hank and John Green, known to th...

'My Drunk Kitchen' Star to Launch Global Tour Thanks to Over 175k in Fan Donations

Shira Lazar | Posted 04.03.2013 | Food
Shira Lazar

Hannah Hart is taking her wildly popular "My Drunk Kitchen" show on the road, and has already raised over $175,000 for her new travelogue show, "Hello Harto!" on Indiegogo.

Why You Shouldn't Dread The First Day Of School (VIDEO)

The Huffington Post | Posted 08.09.2012 | Teen

Going back to school isn't necessarily fun, per se. Once the excitement of buying school supplies is over, you have to sit at a desk for six hours, wo...

WATCH: 'Tumblr: The Musical': Cats, Hipster Ariel & GIFS

Posted 07.29.2012 | Teen

Tumblr is a giant time suck, and that's the premise of this clever video by Hank Green of Vlogbrothers and people at AVbyte. It's easy to get lost ...

Charity Videos Flood YouTube, Raise $64,000 In 2 Days

The Huffington Post | Eleanor Goldberg | Posted 01.23.2014 | Impact

In an effort to "decrease suck," brothers Hank and John Green inspired YouTube-ers to flood the site with feel-good shorts about their favorite charit...

Internet Stars for Internet Freedom

Megan Tady | Posted 05.25.2011 | Technology
Megan Tady

While the Internet allows people to share their work with the world without anyone's permission, telecoms like Comcast and AT&T want to control the Internet -- deciding which content loads fast, and which doesn't load at all.