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After spending a week in Los Angeles with Becks, Posh and
gaming geeks, The Slug is back on the East Coast, baby. This year's E3 Media and
Business Summit will probably be remembered for its controversial decision to
downsize and focus on compelling new content. Nintendo introduced two innovative controllers. Sony paraded its
social networking platform "Home" and continued to tease with "Killzone 2." And
Microsoft is putting its money on more family-friendly fare and something called
"Halo 3." Find out what The Slug thought about the swag, setup and more as we
ask ourselves questions about E3, after the jump.
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Yahoo! has unveiled the top 40 amusement park destinations in the United States, according to searches on the Web. As roller coaster and theme park aficionados, The Slug expected both Disney parks to take top honors, but we're totally surprised at the other results.
Dollywood didn't even crack the Top Ten. Nope, the Smokies getaway is down at No. 13. Come on! It's an amusement park themed around Dolly Parton! And Legoland — the real one, not the virtual one — is all the way down at No. 16. And get this: The Land of Make Believe ain't even on the list. Believe it. See the searches, after the jump.
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