Internet Rundown: August 12, 2011

After 75 rounds of rock-paper-scissors against a “veteran” computer, I got my ass kicked pretty hard.  I did have nine ties in a row, though.  [NYTimes]

The Eleventh Circuit just ruled that Congress does not have the power to require all Americans to buy health insurance.  (I’d have linked to the opinion itself, but the Eleventh Circuit’s site has crashed due to massive traffic—go figure.)  [Above the Law / HuffPo]

Here are 25 hidden upsides to living in a zombie apocalypse.  Number 13 is beyond brilliant.  [Cracked]

Check out the 22 dumbest things people do on The Facebook.  You’ve probably done at least one of them, today.  [TruTV]

Do you want a house in an expensive town, but have no way of affording it?  Consider what this guy is offering on Craigslist in exchange for a Vancouver home.  [HuffPo]

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