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Thursday morning online trends 6/20

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Lots of stuff happening online and grabbing attention this Thursday morning. Here's a look at some of the top trends.

BuzzFeed has put together a list of some famous people who never finished college.

Some of those making the list may surprise you including Oprah, Bill Gates, and Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg.

You can view the full list of people by clicking here.

A video that's been trending in the newsroom lately, is a video of a guy riding on a buffalo.

Appropriately named, "Guy On A Buffalo", the video has old film footage set to a song about the man and his animal.

It's worth a second of your time to check out!

Click here to watch the full video.

Another hot topic from Thursday morning is the backtracking Xbox is doing regarding former regulations for Xbox One.

There were regulations put on sharing and selling used games and also those who use the console would have been required to have a nearly constant Internet connection.

However, Xbox officials are now saying those things will not be imposed after a public backlash.

The competing console, Playstation 4, did not have such regulations and is said to be $100 cheaper than the Xbox One.

The official trailer for Anchorman 2 has been released and has become one of the most clicked on stories and videos online.

The trailer has millions of hits so far on YouTube and has many people excited about the film which is set to come out in December.

You can watch the full trailer here.

Join Tech Reporter Jen Baird for Trending Now every morning on the Breakfast Show for the latest in online trends.

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