Peoria’s mayor may have gone too far in his fight against a Twitter prank, Google now has to remove people from results when they request it, Geocaching is Sanctuary’s chance to search for treasure, A Canadian teen is responsible for lots of swatting calls, Chickens might be getting virtual reality, and H.R. Giger has passed away.
Seeming brings their debut album to our door, A victory against anti-dog laws, One of Oklahoma’s TV stations has an ‘accident’, The internet grows up and gets kicked out of the house, The Boston Globe wonders if gifted children should get more funding, and Cygnus brings us news that Walter Williams has passed away… again.
We talk at length about how the coming shutdown of LoudCity will impact Second Shifters and our future, Nancy Pelosi shows us all how not to answer tough questions, and A new theory about Janet Jackson’s wardrobe malfunction.
Sanctuary wants to tag the world in wireless trackers, People should stop being jerks to each other, Net Neutrality isn’t dead yet, Winamp’s corpse is still twitching, Atnevon can’t imagine a worse Hell than a never ending episode of Sliders, Men tell us again what women should do with their bodies, Tabloids are taking over, Your expertise means nothing, and We take a long look at the most recent lethal injection in Ohio.