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June 30, 2008

Lauren "Lo" Bosworth Graduates from UCLA


Lo Graduated from UCLA and celebrated in a Laguna Beach style party at Prive in Las Vegas. Woohoo!

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Kelly Ripa Cooling Down in NYC

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Kelly Ripa took a break from Live with Regis and Kelly to cool down in the streets of NYC today with the help of a Super Soaker!


Ashley Tisdale Sporting some Killer Sandals



Ashley Tisdale was spotted leaving Byron Williams hair salon in Beverly Hills on Monday sporting Roman style sandals and a huge Prada bag. Get ready for Ashley in High School Musical 3: Senior Year the movie and soundtrack dropping in late October!

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June 29, 2008

Jennifer Aniston at John Mayers Concert in London



Jennifer joined John at the Hard Rock Calling concert in London's Hyde Park on Saturday. She stood by the stage snapping a few pics of the musicians set. Looks like she's a big fan!

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Kristen Dunst and Brother in the West Village



Kristen walks around the West Village in NYC with her younger brother, Christian. They stopped at a great little bar, the four faced liar for a Corona and Blue Moon. Kristen has also been seen around NYC with DJ Matt Creed (pictured below).

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It seems that the machines are winning in this digital age where voice-to-text is so prevalent. Many have abandoned the professional services of transcribers because they think that Androids and iPhones do much better jobs at documenting conversations. We are proud to say that the masses are wrong. A recent experiment placed man against machine in the battle for the accuracy and man, professional transcribers that is, defeated the competition. Whereas the machine mistook the word "ago" for "I go," professional transcribers had a knack for hearing and correctly interpreted the text. The playing field between man and technology is a bit more leveled.