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12:14pm

Wed April 11, 2012
It's All Politics

Obama Camp Doesn't Want General-Election Voters To Forget Primary Romney

When Mitt Romney adviser Eric Fehrnstrom indicated with his famous (or infamous) Etch-A-Sketch simile that the former Massachusetts governor would reset his campaign strategy and message after the Republican primaries in order to appeal to general-election voters, Democrats said they planned to make that shift difficult if not impossible for the presumptive GOP nominee.

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11:03am

Wed April 11, 2012
The Two-Way

A DJ Kit You Can Take For A Spin — On Your Bike

A cyclist uses a fader to manipulate music, on Cogoo's Turntable Rider kit that blends DJ and BMX culture.
NPR

With sensors that translate the motions of a bike — turning the handlebars, spinning the wheels, etc. — into music, the Turntable Rider "is an epic bicycle accessory which converts a bicycle into a musical instrument," according to Cogoo, the company that created the device.

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8:20am

Wed April 11, 2012
The Two-Way

VIDEO: Watch 'Snackman' Casually Break Up A Fight

That's Snackman in the middle, stepping in between the combatants to calm things down.
YouTube.com

Able to step over low couches with help from a friend? Faster than a football fan stretching for the remote? Ready to munch at a moment's notice?

It's Snackman.

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12:05pm

Tue April 10, 2012
The Two-Way

Amid Rumors About Campaign's Future, Santorum Sets News Conference

Former Sen. Rick Santorum as he announced the end of his White House bid. His wife, Karen, is in the background.
Jeff Swensen Getty Images

Rick Santorum, who pitched himself as the true conservative in the race and used a platform focused on social issues to come from well back in the pack to be the main challenger to Mitt Romney, announced this afternoon that he is suspending his effort for the 2012 Republican presidential nomination.

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11:00am

Tue April 10, 2012
The Two-Way

George W. Bush Says He Doesn't Miss Being President

Originally published on Sat October 20, 2012 10:50 pm

Former President George W. Bush in Washington, D.C., last September.
Brendan Hoffman Getty Images

"I'm often asked 'Do you miss the presidency?' I really don't," former President George W. Bush told an audience in New York City this morning, Politico reports.

It was an "was unbelievably interesting experience," he added, but "I had plenty of the limelight."

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