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Daily Run Down 05/25/2011

Here is today’s Daily Run Down.

  • Tivo has added Hulu Plus to the Tivo Premiere.
  • There were a bunch of new species found in 2010.
  • Egypt has opened 7 new tombs to tourists.
  • Amazon looks to be entering into the traditional publishing market.
  • An Erupting volcano has been photographed from Space.
  • OSHA has cited a military health center for safety violations,.
  • The US Supreme Court has ordered California to release 38,000 prisoners.
  • New research shows that turtles follow the Sun before they have muscles.
  • T-mobile has ditched unlimited data and announced family data plans.
  • Twitter has acquired Tweetdeck for just over $40 million.
  • Kobo has announced a new touch-screen e-reader.
  • The Tornado that struck Joplin, Missouri grew with rare speed.
  • The world’s oldest panda has died at the age of 34.
  • Vuvuzelas may spread disease.
  • A bug in Hotmail allowed hackers to steal email without warning.
  • T-Mobile has upgraded their 4G speeds in 55 Markets.
  • Cisco is being sued for colluding on the Chinese Crackdown.

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Daily Run Down 05/19/2011

Here is today’s Daily Run Down.

  • Apple and Google are headed back to more hearings over privacy.
  • HP is not convinced about the success of Thunderbolt.
  • E-ink and Epson have created a 300 PPI display.
  • The Queen of England’s trip to Ireland has been marred by a bomb in Dublin.
  • Arnold Schwarzenegger has admitted to fathering child with a house worker.
  • Scientists have discovered Magma on Jupiter’s Moon IO.
  • A Mizzou Professor is claiming that Solar nanosheets absorb 90% of the Sun’s Rays.
  • A Shipment of Sony Xperia Play phones has been hijacked by Pirates.
  • A Fond du lac, Wisconsin man is planning on eating his 25,000th Big Mac.
  • A climatology-defying paper has been removed for plagiarism.
  • Sperm whales speak in accents.
  • Loving Apple looks like a religion to an MRI Scan.
  • GRUB 1.99 has been released and it supports ZFS.
  • A Teacher has been fired for searching the word “blonde”.
  • A Diplomat believes the US is becoming the USSR. I have to agree.
  • An Egyptian Princess was the first to have heart disease.

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Daily Run Down 05/15/2011

Here is today’s Daily Run Down.

Curren News

  • An International Trade commission Judge has ruled against Apple in a case regarding camera patents.
  • Trees may grow 500KM more north by 2100.
  • A Court has ruled that Chicago must hire 111 Black Firefighters.
  • Some Senators believe that merely linking to a certain website should be a felony.
  • A Japanese satellite has been declared dead after three weeks of no contact.
  • Full Moons make scorpions glow in the dark.
  • A Comet chose to dive-bomb the Sun during a solar eruption.

Historical News:

  • In 1252, Pope Innocent IV issues his Ad extirpanda to limit torture during the Medieval Inquisition.
  • In 1536, Anne Boleyn, Queen of England, is condemned in a trial on charges of treason, adultery and incest.
  • In 1602, Bartholomew Gosnold becomes the first European to see Cape Cod.
  • In 1718, James Puckle creates the world’s first machine gun.
  • In 1740, Ephraim Chambers, British Encyclopedist dies.
  • In 1800, King George III of England survives an assassination attempt.
  • In 1836, Francis Baily observes Bailys Beads during a Solar Eclipse.
  • In 1857, Williaminia Fleming, British Astronomer, is born.
  • In 1859, Pierre Curie, Frnech scientist, is born.
  • In 1862, President Abraham Lincoln creates the Department of Agriculture.
  • In 1869, The National Suffrage Association is established.
  • In 1886, Americna Poet Emily Dickinson dies.
  • In 1902, Chicago’s Famous Mayor, Richard J. Daley is born.
  • In 1911, Herta Oberheuser, Nazi Physician at Ravensbruck concentration camp, is born.
  • In 1928, Mickey Mouse makes his maiden manifestation in Plane Crazy.
  • In 1932, in an Attempted Coup d’etat Japanese Prime Minister Inukai Tsuyoshi is killed.
  • In 1935, The Moscow Metro is opened.
  • In 1940, McDonald’s opens its first restaurant in California.
  • In 1943, Joseph Stalin dissolves the Comintern.
  • In 1958, The Soviet Union launches Sputnik 3.
  • In 1960, The Soviet Union launches Sputnik 4.
  • In 1972, Okinawa is returned to Japan.
  • In 2003, June Carter Cash, wife of Johnny Cash, dies.

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Daily Run Down 04/27/2011

Here is today’s Daily Run Down.

  • Lynn Hauldren, the face and voice behind Empire Carpet, has died at the age of 89.
  • AT&T will begin selling ‘cell-towers’ in a suitcase for $15,000 to $45,000.
  • WikiLeaks has released documents related to Gitmo Terror suspects.
  • SurveyMonkey has purchased online-forms company WuFoo.
  • SpaceX is hoping to put a man on Mars in 10-20 years.
  • A Tennessee Bill would require teachers to not discuss homosexuality.
  • A 500-year-old book has appeared in a small utah book store.
  • Kraft is threatening a cooking teacher, for teaching students to cook beyond Mac & Cheese.
  • Some Orchids can fool flies, by faking a infection.
  • Facebook has released the ‘send’ button.
  • A Massachusetts town is considering lifting a 29-year ban on coin-op games.
  • DNA could act as antenna.
  • A Solar Powered Car has gotten 2200 MPG from the Sun.
  • A Scout Cabin built in 1929 is now a historic landmark.
  • Researchers have built a synthetic synapse circuit.
  • Social Activity can prevent cognitive decline.
  • Sony is going to release two Honeycomb tablets later this year.

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Daily Run Down 03/02/2011

Here is today’s Daily Run Down.

  • WikiLeaks is nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize.
  • A Banned Chemical, PCB, may interfere with pregnancy.
  • The iPad has been granted approval from the FAA to replace paper flight charts and maps.
  • The Small Earthquakes that struck Arkansas Sunday night could be man-made .
  • A Dutch Anti-piracy group may face legal charges for stealing servers.
  • A Small Nuclear war could combat global warming.
  • Massachusetts is the first state to legally allow you to register as a Pirate Party member.
  • Facebook is reportedly linked to 1 in 5 divorces.
  • Rosetta Stone is claiming Google is a gateway to for criminals.
  • Tiny Spheres can turn regular microscopes into nano-scopes.
  • The Supreme Court has ruled that AT&T has no ‘personal privacy’.
  • Having a ‘full’ bladder may improve decision making.
  • Tivo Series 3/Tivo HD boxes will soon work with the Tivo iPad remote app.
  • Google has activated it’s Android Kill switch on 21 applications.
  • A Study has blamed plasma flow for a spotless sun.
  • Apple has unveiled the iPad 2.

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