Here is this evening’s Daily Run Down.
- ComiXology resurrects 700 free Marvel comics promotion
- No Scott Turow copyright is not killing American authors
- Consumer Concepts Issues a Voluntary Nationwide Recall of ROCK-IT MAN All Natural Male Supplement Products Marketed as Dietary Supplements to Support Male Sexual Performance Due to Undeclared Active Ingredient
- 2 kids die in dirt wall collapse
- Rutgers athletic director resigns in player abuse scandal
- Food stamp use down in January
- Pitino gets Hall of Fame nod before championship game
- Hepatitis A scare for NYC restaurant
- Carnitine chemical not fat may explain link between red meat and heart disease – CBS News
- Dont Sleep It Off
- Warming Planet Means Bumpier Flights – As they should be.
- Poet Pablo Nerudas Body Exhumed Over Murder Claims
- Monkey Lip-Smacking Resembles Human Speech
- The Swansea measles outbreak
- SugarCRM adds private cloud option with automated data isolation
- Xbox now Microsofts sole TV strategy after selling MediaRoom to Ericsson
- Nationwide Google Fiber would cost $11B over five years probably will never happen – Wait, $11B for fiber across the entire country. I could definitely see Google doing this. I sure hope that they do deploy this across the entire nation.
- The Iron Ladys Strong Stance On Climate Change
- Fracking vs. the Environment Claims Counterclaims
- On Twitter Roger Ebert found a new voice
- GNOME 3.8 delivers more privacy and new classic mode
- Microsoft tempts XP laggards with $84 upgrade discount
- Sewer Fatbergs To Generate Power For London
- Extra Extra
- O2 customers get free pass on Virgin Medias tube WiFi last 12 stations go online this week
Whiskey Tango Foxtrot?
- Apple Threatens To Kick Out Comic Book App Over Adult Content Forcing Publisher To Pull 40% Of Its 4000 Titles
- April 08 2013
- Such Beautiful Synchronization
- We Get it Keith
- Missing Something…
- Mirror Mirror 4
- What are the Chances
- I Want a Coat Too
- Do It For the Beastie Boys
- Thanks Buddy
- Unshelved on Monday April 08 2013
Total Number of stories: 50
Look for more stories tomorrow.