A poetry contest open to "anybody on planet Earth" yields a surplus of Mars-loving haiku set to head to the Red Planet aboard a NASA spacecraft later this year.
NSA surveillance keywords are transformed into odd poetry with the NSA Haiku Generator.
Crave's Eric Mack has one to kick things off, and he'll send your rejected poems to Mars (not that Mars) on his own dime.
A NYT software architect gets creative and crafts an algorithm that turns select articles into short poems. For news junkies, this could be a real time-saver.
As Mac fans eagerly await the moment Steve Jobs appears onstage, this is how one reporter passes his time.
SF Beta: Web 2.0 as haiku
Haiku Deck lets you tell your story in pictures rather than text-laden slides. It's easy to share your iPad presentations and export them to PowerPoint and Keynote.
As the space agency prepares to launch a new Martian probe, it shows us a warmer, wetter Red Planet.