Monday, July 26
Get advice from Dawn Jackson Blatner by visiting her website.
Could it be the worst boxing match ever?
A shopper moonwalks in Walmart.
A candidate for governor in Tennessee enters the N-Files Hall of Fame.
A video confirms a whale crushing a yacht off South Africa's coast actually happened.
A motorized couch helps Utah college students get around campus.
England's version of Big Brother performs a moment from "Glee."
President Obama messes up during his speech while using a teleprompter.
Chelsea Clinton's wedding songs playlist reveals a variety of songs.
South Carolina Senate Democratic Candidate Al Greene uses rap music in his campaign ad.
Tuesday, July 27
Scientists say it's impossible for the Taliban to teach monkeys to shoot US soldiers.
A guy with a long tongue performs tricks.
A dog mows the lawn.
Chunk from "Kids Incorporated" sings Prince's "Baby, I'm a Star."
A video shows you can be hit by anything at any second.
Two kids engage in a fight on the ice.
A soccer player, who scores a goal, reels in a big fish.
Twitter plans to show photos and videos in stream.
Help couples solve issues.
Tennessee's lieutenant governor says "you could even argue whether being a Muslim is actually a religion, or is it a nationality, way of life, cult, whatever you want to call it."
Women lose their will to diet in less than three weeks.
Wednesday, July 28
The Armored Air Jacket and Vest provides protection for motorcyclists.
Chicago residents can file flood damage claims on the city's website.
Gift of Hope is looking for organ donors to help patients waiting for transplants.
Amazon.com sells Uranium Ore.
People dance on the subway.
The 1987 Calgary Flames have a song.
Shaq could become a professional Justin Bieber serenader.
Justin Bieber escapes a group of girls on a segue.
A terrible time at the zoo is no fun.
The Daily Beast ranks the most caffeinated cities.
The Vatican is enforcing a summer dress code.
A study shows highly-educated people are more likely to own an iPad.
A fishermanfloated upon hundreds of alligators.
Thursday, July 30
Creepy baby performs moonwalk.
A guy sets a world record for throwing another person.
Morgan Freeman takes a bath in a coffin.
Cisco tries to cash in on the fame of the Old Spice guy.
Daredevils do Parkour on ladders at extreme heights.
A BBC report finds a web security consultant downloaed 100 million Facebook user's personal information.
Kanye West joins Twitter.
A poll finds women will have more than 100 different hairstyles in a lifetime.
A Canadian farmer feeds her cows wine before they're slaughtered.
Friday, July 30
Canoga Park invites you to visit in a tourism video.
A young man wears a side mullet.
"Between Two Ferns" host Zach Galifianakis interviews Steve Carrell.
A washing machine goes beserk.
The same man appears in British reporters' live shots.
Glenn Beck wears Brian Urlacher's jersey on his show after the linebacker downplayed the "Neo Nazi" comment.
The Sly Dial app allows you to connect to someone's voicemail without having to worrying if he or she will pick up the phone.
Urban Spoils lists all the deals offered by sites like Groupon and Living Social.
The Baby and Toddler Expo is in Chicagoland this weekend.
First Published: Jul 26, 2010 6:50 AM CDT