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Daily Run Down 07/09/2012

Here is today’s Daily Run Down.

General News

  • Feds Georgia banker missing so is $17 million
  • Colorado governor lifts statewide fire ban
  • Why single-sex education is spreading across the US
  • Comedy Central Establishes Merchandising Division
  • Theyre Still Swinging for the Rooftops in East Harlem
  • The worst masters degreeLibrary Science… shock… working in a library this does not surprise me at all. I get paid about 33% less than what I would in the ‘real world’. And I don’t even have a Masters in Library Science.
  • California to start construction of San Francisco to LA high-speed railway
  • DealBook Campbell Soup to Buy Bolthouse Farms for $1.55 Billion
  • Why Obama wants to keep Bush tax cuts for another yearIf the Republicans don’t keep it, what kind of signal will that be that they’re not going to support their own party’s tax cut?
  • Rogue waves sweep teen kayakers into Pacific Ocean
  • Food Stamps More Benefit to Big Food Than to the Poor
  • Seventeen magazine promises to stop manipulating photos of models
  • Should young adult books have age ratings
  • TED Books launches iOS store with subscriptions

    Technology

  • UK Judge says Galaxy Tab not as cool as iPad awards Samsung win in design suit
  • Bing Fund taking shape to help Microsoft search for the next big thing in online services
  • Microsoft Windows 8 to RTM in Early August GA in Late October
  • RIP Verizon grandfathered unlimited data plans
  • Microsoft acquires multitouch company Perceptive Pixel
  • Palo Alto Networks closer to IPO sets price range at $34-$37 a share
  • iOS 6 beta hints Apple Maps could come to Mac OS XCouldn’t the fact that Apple uses “maps.apple.com”, which used to redirect to google maps, be any indication? I guess not.

    Funny

  • When I get asked to Host a Match Making Event with @Redeyechicagos @ErnestWilkins
  • Me when Purple Cow Ice Creamery finally OPENED this weekend
  • When my friend is kissing a hottie at a bar and I have to entertain myself the rest of the night
  • When USPS delivers a package to me without any issues
  • Me walking into Flat Iron at 3 am
  • United States of X Shapes Edition
  • Lesson #1447 – Self-Realization
  • July 09 2012
  • Photo
  • The Wheels on the Bus Go “Oh My God”
  • After 12 Do You Think Ill Need Medication
  • School of Fail Youre Still Grounded.
  • Dating Fails Hooray Another Month Another Bullet Dodged
  • Oversize Loads Road Jenga
  • Poorly Dressed Can I Have that Sweater Thanks.

    International

  • Russian oligarchs in court battle
  • Russian floods kill 150 and leave thousands homeless
  • Indias Viagra fungus gold rush
  • Eleven taken ill in chemical leak
  • Heathrow passport control queues unacceptable says BAAI agree. It took me an hour and a half to get through the Passport line after getting off of the plane when I went to London.

    Chicagoland

  • When I get asked to Host a Match Making Event with @Redeyechicagos @ErnestWilkins
  • When I hear a Chicago start-up secured its first round of funding
  • Gymnast Li to get Olympic send-off in Aurora
  • Lockport woman dies in alleged drunk driving accident police say
  • Day care owner convicted of shaking baby to death gets fall hearing
  • Heat-related death toll spikes to 18
  • Fisherman Catches Testicle-Eating Fish In Illinois Lake
  • Eliot Ness collection up for auction
  • Fireworks blamed for 10-acre brush fire
  • Durbin Jackson must give medical update `soonLearn from Bartlett… Learn from Bartlett.

    Personal

  • Big news in Hyperlocaland

    Science/Space

  • Adolescent Angst 5 Facts About the Teen Brain
  • Arsenic Life Claim Refuted by 2 New Studies
  • Intermediate-Mass Black Hole Fills a Cosmic Void
  • Opossum protein makes them immune to nearly all poisons could have benefits for humans
  • Arsenic Life Claim Refuted by 2 New Studies
  • Physics Shows Batmans Cape Is Suicide Machine
  • Fiery Image Shows Life and Death of Stars in Vela C
  • Half a heartbeat changes our response to scary images
  • Sun Erupts with Strongest Summer Solar Flare Yet
  • Fukushima nuclear accident down to human factors
  • Arsenic Life Claim Refuted by 2 New Studies

    Big News

  • Heathrow passport control queues unacceptable says BAAI agree. It took me an hour and a half to get through the Passport line after getting off of the plane when I went to London.
  • Seventeen magazine promises to stop manipulating photos of models
  • Microsoft Windows 8 to RTM in Early August GA in Late October
  • Fukushima nuclear accident down to human factors

    Health

  • Women report worse health than men in many areas
  • Opossum protein makes them immune to nearly all poisons could have benefits for humans

    Gaming

    Olympics

  • Rail staff accept Olympics deal
  • Olympic towpath diversion
  • Legal bid over Olympics missiles
  • Viewpoint Junk food and Olympics

    Total Number of stories: 97

    Look for more stories tomorrow.