During his 60 Minutes interview with Charlie Rose, Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates explains how he is using his 67 billion dollar fortune to make the world a better place, curing one deadly disease at a time.
A bricked up Daniel Craig gets his 007 on in this frame for frame Lego remake of the opening scene from Casino Royale.
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Rose will rise.
During his time aboard the International Space Station, Commander Chris Hadfield has introduced us to the world of zero-gravity living. For his final mission, our galatic guide entertains us with the first music video in space, featuring the David Bowie classic, and lens flares that would make even J.J. Abrams giddy.