Microsoft has enlisted <b>Jerry Seinfeld</b> to <a href=" http://www.computerworld.com/action/article.do?command=viewArticleBasic&articleId=9114138&intsrc=hm_list" target="_blank "> <b>appear in commercials</b></a>, the first of which - featuring <b>Bill Gates</b> and churros - aired Thursday.
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"...as human beings we are capable of making sense of situations based on the thinnest slice of experience."
Malcolm Gladwell, author of Blink and The Tipping Point.
GEEK FIGHT: Microsoft has enlisted Jerry Seinfeld to appear in commercials, the first of which - featuring Bill Gates and churros - aired Thursday. Will they be as successful as those quirky Mac commercials? You decide. (RS)
SCIENCE IS COOL: Who says the Thin Slices staff is a bunch of English geeks? We can appreciate science as much as the next person, as long as it's as cool is it looks in some of these amazing videos of phsyics experiments. (RS)
HAIRBALL: Don't tell us you were one of the few to witness "Bangkok Dangerous." The Nicolas Cage thriller churned up a meager $7.8 million in three days. But better that this bomb is a photo collection of Nicolas Cage hairstyles highlighting the infamous H.I. McDonnough. (KC)
MOM-DAUGHTER BONDING: Actress Halle Berry's infant daughter, Nahla-Aubry, who was born in March, was photographed for the first time Labor Day weekend at the Los Angeles Zoo. Nahla has gorgeous, piercing eyes - Halle, too - but the celeb shades put the direct comparisons on hold for now. (CA)
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