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It was a weekend of Twitter and Android malware and worm removal, but squirming in between it all was Charlie Sheen, trying his hand at live video streaming with mixed results.

Beyond that weirdness, even more frivolity with animals taking center stage, where those Angry Birds started making their way to Facebook, a horse named Arrrrr had us laughing out loud, and people signed up their dogs for Facebook accounts.

Meanwhile, there were fascinating reports from the TED conference, found out about an unpopular update to an iPhone Twitter app, and got some astute insight into who's really scanning all those QR codes. And you didn't miss a thing, because here's the whole slate of goodness, all lined up for your catching-up pleasure:

Twitter iPhone App ;s Quick Bar Mocked [POLL]

Google Unleashes Kill Switch for Android Malware

Tweet Viewer Worm Spread on Twitter [WARNING]

Angry Birds Game Coming to Facebook

Roger Ebert

What the Egyptian Revolution Taught Al Jazeera About Digital

Who ;s Really Scanning All Those QR Codes? [INFOGRAPHIC]

9 Web Apps for Gathering Customer Feedback

44 Digital Media Resources You May Have Missed

SXSW For Startups: Top 10 Questions Answered

Top 10 Twitter Trends This Week [CHART]

6 Successful SXSW Startup Launch Stories

Projeqt Is an Online Storytelling Engine for Creatives [INVITES]

Desktop Farming: 10 Gadgets for Growing a Cubicle Garden

10 Great Desktop Gadgets to Quench Your Thirst

Weekend Hilarity: A Horse Named Arrrrr [VIRAL VIDEO]

Charlie Sheen s Recorded Ustream Program Now Available [UPDATED]

Review: Verbatim Bluetooth Mobile Keyboard for iPhone, iPad 2

Dog: Man ;s Best Facebook Friend, Too? [INFOGRAPHIC]

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