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The week's top 10 album downloads on iTunes
1 Christmas, Michael Buble
2 Jesus Culture Awakening: Live From Chicago, Jesus Culture
3 21, Adele
4 Mylo Xyloto, Coldplay
5 Whatever, Hot Chelle Rae
6 Here And Now, Nickelback
7 Inevitable, Trey Songz
8 Glee: The Music, The Christmas Album, Vol 2, Cast members
9 The Muppets (Original Soundtrack), The Muppets
10 The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 1 (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, Deluxe Version), Various Artists
Top videos on YouTube
At home as a singer
Get the tissues ready, as you're about to see one of the most touching stories about a homeless singer with an unbelievable story and even more unbelievable voice.
A walk on the wild side
This curious octopus decides to take a stroll on dry land, much to the delight and amazement of some spectators.
Fenton the menace
The video starts with some deer resting calmly in a field before they get interrupted by a man and his mischievous dog, Fenton.
New Trend on the Web
Combining Google Map and digital photography, History Pin creates a digital history map of the world. Users can upload photos from their personal collections of places around the world and pin them on the map, along with interesting stories or special recollections of that place.
The site features both new and old photos. Through them, users can search for any place in the world at any time and compare how much that place has changed.
First things first: this photograph was not photoshopped. Rather, Chinese contemporary artist Li Wei uses a clever mix of props, wires, well-positioned cameras and acrobatics to capture gravity-defying photos like these.
Besides being shocking and beautiful, his action art also makes a statement about the difficulties of living in the modern age.
In other news ...
Password, 123456, qwerty. If any of these seem familiar to you, then congratulations, you are a proud owner of some of the year's worst passwords.
SplashDat, the password management application provider, compiles an annual list of the worst internet passwords, ranking them based on how common they are. Those three are in the top four of the 2011 edition. Others in the list include abc123, letmein, trustno1, iloveyou, passw0rd (with a zero replacing the o) and superman.
If you use any of the passwords on the list, you should quickly change them, or run the risk of being hacked.
Elsewhere, in case you already read the Steve Jobs biography and were left wanting more, here's another look at the life of the revered late Apple chief executive.
Titled Letters to Steve: Inside the Email Inbox of Apple's Steve Jobs, CNN technology writer Mark Milian scoured the web searching for e-mails that Jobs exchanged with customers and compiled them for the electronic book.
Jobs responded to thousands of e-mails that people sent him - including answers to complaints and customer service help. They give a glimpse of the methods and philosophies he used to run Apple.