Daily Run Down 10/19/2010

Here is today’s Daily Run Down.

  • Microsoft’s Chief Architect, Ray Ozzie, is stepping down.
  • How fitting, The Tribune Company CEO may be asked to step down.
  • Mexican Authorities have ceased 105 tons of Marijuana.
  • in 1469, Ferdinand of Aragon married Isabella of Castile which would ultimately unify Spain.
  • A Vatican paper has declared that Homer Simpson is Catholic.
  • A Study shows that Vitamin B12 may ward off Alzheimer’s.
  • For those nostalgic moments, you can purchase a lego USB drive.
  • Western Digital has begun shipping it’s 3TB hard drives.
  • Comcast has started migrating customers to DNSSec-enabled DNS servers.
  • A source is claiming that Brightcove, the video distribution platform, is preparing for an IPO in 2011.
  • Canadian Universities cannot discipline students for their comments on Facebook. A win for Freespeech.
  • On October 19, 1943 an aid for Tuberculosis is discovered.
  • In the ‘WTF:Why’ category, LED implants have been created.
  • It has been discovered that the Mayan ‘Long Calendar’ does not end in 2012.
  • HP has announced the Palm Pre 2 and Web OS 2.0.
  • Some Tylenol has been recalled due to a moldy smell.
  • Shots have been at the Pentagon.
  • Microsoft has unveiled Microsoft Office 365.
  • Actor Tom Bosley, father on Happy Days, has died at the age of 83.
  • A Gene may discourage drinkers from becoming alcoholics.
  • After some analysis, the Hagfish has opened a major gap in the Tree of Life.
  • You can now google the Dead Sea Scrolls.
  • Microsoft has delivered Windows Embedded Automotive 7.
  • Ancient turtle bones have been discovered in Antarctica.
  • One dumbass has inquired where the seperation of Church and State is within the Constitution.

Look for more stories tomorrow. If an important story has been missed please leave it in the comments.

Daily Run Down 06/26/2010

Here is today’s Daily Run Down.

  • The US is last amongst 7 industrialized countries.
  • The FBI has failed to break the encryption on hard drives.
  • Authorities have made a $45 Million marijuana drug-bust in California.
  • The Creative Commons group has responded to the ASCAP letter.
  • Former Vice President Dick Cheney has been hospitalized after having discomfort.
  • The FCC has stopped the Comcast-NBC Universal merger.

Look for more stories tomorrow.

Daily Run Down: 02-14-2010

Here is today’s Daily Run Down.

  • YouTube turns five years old today.
  • Linux is not ready for the new 4096-byte sectors on some hard drives.
  • Adobe has put an anonymous hold on the HTML5 spec, because it competes with Flash.
  • Author Dick Francis has died at the age of 89.
  • Northern Illinois University is planning a vigil on the 2nd anniversary of the shooting rampage there.
  • Film Director Kevin Smith has been classified as ‘too fat’ and a ‘safety risk’ by Southwest Airlines.

Look for more stories tomorrow.