Spider-Man is real! - Unemployment is a diabolical foe in New York City. Peter Parker can attest to that. His alter-ego Spider-Man was in town Wednesday alongside Mayor Michael Bloomberg to unveil a comic book called "Spider-Man, You're Hired," promoting the city's free career services. You'll notice Spidey didn't arrive on a web or crawl down a building. I guess he took the subway. Don't judge. He's probably tired from filling out job applications.
Anderson Cooper, ape whisperer - Good sport doesn't begin to describe CNN's Anderson Cooper. Here, in an effort to learn more about how bonobo apes communicate, Cooper dresses up in a bunny costume to give presents to the apes. What makes this video, other than the hilarity of Cooper in a bunny suit, is the ability these apes have to communicate.
Lead us not into Facebook temptation - Some married people are taking the "social" aspect of social networking to places they shouldn't, says Pastor Cedric Miller of Living Word Christian Fellowship in Monmouth County, New Jersey. Married folks have no business on sites like Facebook because it makes it too easy to reunite with a past love. Miller even told church leaders to cancel their Facebook accounts or lose their positions. Watch what his congregation thinks... and double check that friends list while you're at it.