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Sorry, Rahmbo—you’re being called out. Plus, a new Gmail app for the iPhone, Día de los Muertos, ‘simply the best’ way to support your Olympians, and what Dilbert can teach digital folks about using jargon. That, and more.

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We’d say whichever candidate could get us a Gmail app for our iPhone first has our vote, but it looks like we won’t have to wait much longer. On his personal blog, TechCrunch columnist MG Siegler cites several sources who say the app is coming soon and that “it’s pretty fantastic.”

Not as fantastic—the candy coma after Halloween. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration, on the other hand, is more concerned that you haven’t OD’d on black licorice. The old-fashioned sweet reportedly contains glycyrrhizin, a chemical that can cause a precarious plunge in one’s potassium levels.

That could put a damper on any plans to celebrate Día de los Muertos, perhaps more widely known as the “The Day of the Dead.” Although the Latino holiday is becoming more recognized, it has much to gain before it becomes marketers’ next big holiday.

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