Alien coverage week continues on Buzz Out Loud, with testimony from U.S. Air Force pilots that aliens want us to disarm our nukes. For world peace, or to make sure we don't have any guns when they get here? But in actual news, a study finds that texting-while-driving bans don't reduce crashes and might even increase them. Plus, NAB goes even crazier. --Molly
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Study finds texting bans don’t reduce crashes
NAB introduces Astroturf FM mandate campaign site
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Gmail finally lets you make threaded conversations optional
All Six Star Wars Films To Be Re-Released In 3D
HDCP Encryption/Decryption Code Released
Kickers and Science
Pilots say UFOs knocked out nukes
Matt likes crapware
AJ the student re iPad size
Count me in as part of the silent majority… $30 to watch a movie early at home?… what!?!!?
Just thought I’d let you know that the iPad is coming to Target stores next week. Attached is a copy of the notice to store team members.
Bardoksan (AKA Gigi)
Regarding Facetime in the Emirates, Yahoo Messenger video and voice chat have been stripped out of the application for ages. Yahoo has a different version because there is a law against it in the UAE. Most people speculate that it is because the phone companies there want a stranglehold on communications. (For profit? For security? not sure.) Downloading Skype is banned as well, but if you install the non-Emirates version of Yahoo IM, or download Skype outside of the country, it will work when you go back over.
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