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In the sweetest video that you will watch all week, a three-year-old and her doll are filmed getting a haircut to raise awareness about donating hair to make wigs for cancer patients. (Viral Viral Videos)

Starting today, American Guinea Hogs are hogging this 24/7 “HamCam” live stream. (Modern Farmer)

Yosemite bears are eating less human (food). (NBC News)

Tokyo sushi chef’s miniature sushi pieces are a real catch. (Reuters)

How Gchat conversations are making the office more stressful. (The New Republic)

The world’s most expensive violin has been donated to a renowned concert violinist. (NPR)

Photo project draws attention to the push for more diversity on college campuses. (BuzzFeed)

An organization encourages people to knit sweaters for penguins, but one zoo keeper says sweaters would stress out penguins. (Grist.org)

If you saw the New York Times trend piece about monocles, then you’ll like these five other ideas for New York Times style pieces. (Slate)

On the future of longform journalism: “Stories that ten years ago might not have been read again after their time on the news stands are now finding second and third lives online.” (Tow Center for Digital Journalism)

A harp seal found its way to the big city and spent yesterday “tanning” on the beach in Far Rockaway. (DNAinfo)

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