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The Justin Bieber of iPhone apps and Johnny Manziel's latest Twitter tirade
Editor's note: There's so much that's beautiful, funny, smart and informative on the Internet. Problem is, there's also a bunch of garbage. Here's the best of the web right now:
1. Meet the Justin Bieber of iPhone development. When Nick D'Aloisio was 15, he created an app that summarizes news articles on demand. Two years later, D'Aloisio sold Summly to Yahoo for $30 million.
2. Johnny Manziel didn't blast Ohio State's Aaron Craft. Despite very real looking embedded tweets that say otherwise, Manziel has no harsh feelings toward Aaron Craft. Two March 24 tweets that Manziel says are Photoshopped called Craft "overrated" and "garbage."
Aaron Craft is easily one of my favorite players in the tourney all these tweets are FALSE. Kid has lockdown D& kept his team alive #respect— Johnny Manziel (@JManziel2) March 25, 2013
3. Thrill-seeking Ukrainian man repeatedly dangles from skyscrapers. You've got to see it to believe it. Even then, it's still pretty hard to believe.
4. Every dance on the Fresh Prince of Bel Air in gif form. You're welcome.
5. Gay-marriage symbol goes viral. ICYMI, the Supreme Court heard arguments for and against California's ban on gay marriage on March 26. The Human Rights Campaign encouraged supporters to change their social media avatars to a red version of the group's box-shaped logo. Thousands of people made the switch.
6. You think your life is hard? Try living in the 1890s. That's the gist of a two-week-old Twitter handle @1890probs. A sampling includes "Got the flu...dies" and "Wants a sandwich, must make bread first."