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    In this Dec. 19, 2013 photo, Bitstrips CEO and Creative Director Jacob Blackstock, right, and co-founder Shahan Panth draw cartoons as part of a brain storming process at the company's offices in Toronto. Bitstrips, a mobile application that helps people turn their lives into comic strips, may seem like a sudden sensation now that its vignettes are all over Facebook and other social networks. But the Toronto startup’s success has been a drawn-out process. (AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Chris Young)


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    In this Dec. 19, 2013 photo, Bitstrips CEO and Creative Director Jacob Blackstock, left, and co-founder Shahan Panth pose for a photo at the company's offices in Toronto. Bitstrips, a mobile application that helps people turn their lives into comic strips, may seem like a sudden sensation now that its vignettes are all over Facebook and other social networks. But the Toronto startup’s success has been a drawn-out process. (AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Chris Young)


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    In this Dec. 19, 2013 photo, Bitstrips CEO and Creative Director Jacob Blackstock poses for a photo at the company's offices in Toronto. Bitstrips, a mobile application that helps people turn their lives into comic strips, may seem like a sudden sensation now that its vignettes are all over Facebook and other social networks. But the Toronto startup’s success has been a drawn-out process. (AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Chris Young)


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    **FILE** U.S. Navy Rear Admiral Sinclair Harris looks at a balloon-like craft known as an aerostat that is attached to the back of his high speed vessel Swift docked in Key West, Fla., on April 26, 2013. The U.S. Navy began testing two new aerial tools, borrowed from the battlefields of Afghanistan and Iraq, that officials say will make it easier to detect, track and videotape drug smugglers in action. (Associated Press)


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    **FILE** U.S. Navy Rear Admiral Sinclair Harris looks at a balloon-like craft known as an aerostat that is attached to the back of his high speed vessel Swift docked in Key West, Fla., on April 26, 2013. The U.S. Navy began testing two new aerial tools, borrowed from the battlefields of Afghanistan and Iraq, that officials say will make it easier to detect, track and videotape drug smugglers in action. (Associated Press)






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