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The socially embarrassing network: Microsoft’s Bing search engine has a new feature that will show you things that your friends on Facebook “like” when you search for something. Search for a movie or restaurant and Bing will show you your friends’ preferences.

Excuse us a moment while we take down Barry Manilow, “Dancing With the Stars” and the Seattle Mariners from our Facebook page.

She turned me into a newt: Martha Stewart has a few decorating and housekeeping tips for the fall season, including new uses for pumpkin pie spice and how to prolong the useful life of your broom.

Of course, if you’re Delaware senate candidate Christine O’Donnell, R-Salem, and you need a new broom, you can just expense it to your campaign.

Love is the drug: A Stanford University study found that falling in love can act as a potent painkiller, altering brain chemistry in a fashion similar to amphetamines or stimulants. Scientists noted that study participants shown a photo of someone they loved deeply reported feeling less pain when poked or prodded.

But as with all drugs, patients using “falling in love” should watch for side-effects including goofy grins, inability to focus and nauseated co-workers.

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