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Fizz Visualizes Your Friends, Evernote Unveils Redesigned iPhone App

March 2, 2011   ·   0 Comments

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Here are a few of the other noteworthy things we saw today on our never-ending journey through the wild, wild Web.

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If A New Jersey Congressman Can Beat Watson Are We Out of Jeopardy?

Beating Watson in one round definitely sets the Machines back a few weeks in their plans to be our Sovereign Dictators. Rush Holt’s credit cards will be frozen. He will be chased in the street by one of those Google no-driver black vans. And the Evil Computer Army will take him apart tendon by tendon to see what gives him the gall to stand against them.

Inside the Busy, Stressful World of Air Traffic Control

But for now, I want to get to a really simple part of the air traffic control world. It’s the part I always want you to think about first, whenever air traffic control comes up as a topic. Especially when someone tries to convince you–the taxpayer–that we need to buy a new, expensive piece of equipment. Hold this thought in your mind and I’ll continue explaining (after the jump). It’s the runways. It’s always the runways.

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Know:

  • The slick Fizz project displays your Twitter and Facebook streams as if you were looking through a microscope. It divvies up your friends’ breakfast updates, cat pics and news links in live-updating cellular clusters. [From: Fizz]
  • Amateur astronomer Rob Bullen snapped a great shot of space shuttle Discovery docking with the ISS. [From: Discover Magazine]
  • Evernote, the popular note-taking and data hoarding service, pushed out a completely redesigned iPhone app today. Grab the free update from the App Store. [From: Evernote]

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