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  • With 500 million Facebook subscribers on his network and an estimated $7 billion net worth, he's also effectively erased once-bright lines between professional and personal, inauthentic and real -- indeed, the past and present themselves.

    Ann Hornaday reviews 'The Social Network' and 'Waiting for "Superman" '

  • More Japan Real Time: How Soccer Rallies Japan Japan Outlasts U.S. to Win World Cup While spared the worst of the quake, tsunami and radiation, Tokyo itself has had a dour summer, as electricity shortages have forced stores to dim their once-bright neon lights, and offices to darken hallways and curb air conditioning, even as temperatures have soared.

    Soccer Win Brings Joy to Nation

  • Stewart will navigate two sets of risks Saturday: He will, a handwringing legion of journalists and bloggers worry, cross the once-bright line from commentary to political participation, and find himself stranded, unable to return.

    Politico Has Concerns About Rally To Restore Sanity For Some Reason

  • Stewart will navigate two sets of risks Saturday: He will, a handwringing legion of journalists and bloggers worry, cross the once-bright line from commentary to political participation, and find himself stranded, unable to return.

    Politico Has Concerns About Rally To Restore Sanity For Some Reason

  • Stewart will navigate two sets of risks Saturday: He will, a handwringing legion of journalists and bloggers worry, cross the once-bright line from commentary to political participation, and find himself stranded, unable to return.

    Politico Has Concerns About Rally To Restore Sanity For Some Reason

  • Not a day went by that Jaina did not think of him, wondering if there was anything she could have done, anything she could have said, to have turned the once-bright paladin from his dark path.

    The Shattering

  • Not a day went by that Jaina did not think of him, wondering if there was anything she could have done, anything she could have said, to have turned the once-bright paladin from his dark path.

    The Shattering

  • In time — about three years, according to Mr. Tong — the once-bright fruit turns dark and floats in an amber-tinged solution.

    A Lu Legacy: Cooking Up a Family Heirloom

  • "Not now," Mike said, morosely pulling a long chain of once-bright chiffon scarves from his sleeve.

    Bread, Fish, Serpent, Stone

  • But both these models, in their blunt rejection of IGE's third-party retail model, only underline what Pierce himself implicitly conceded when he sold out to Yantis: There is no future for his once-bright dream except in the dimness of what is plainly now a permanent gray market.

    The Decline and Fall of an Ultra Rich Online Gaming Empire

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