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The 404: Ep. 1134: Where it's safe to drink the water

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The 404: Ep. 1134: Where it's safe to drink the water

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Today we'll cover the iOS 6 post-apocalypse and the users' reaction to the Apple's new Maps application--what'd they do with the Statue of Liberty!? We'll also watch a Fox 5 NY broadcast of the wrong iPhone, the Internet Archive's new TV News database, and the first Super Mario level 3D-printed as a Mobius strip. How do you type an umlaut?

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