Monday, May 12, 2008


NASA is opening up more to private industry to help them with planned missions on limited budgets.

Google is taking votes on a "Doodle for Google" school art contest. Google asked K-12 kids across the country to doodle a Google logo for "What if...?" and the results are pretty good.

CO2 waste from paper production may soon be recycled into a component for making paper.

The Washington Post has an article on a proposed bipartisan health plan that could be "budget neutral" within a few years.

Airship Ventures will be launching zeppelin rides from Moffett Field starting this fall.

There will be a transatlantic sailing race this October between 7 robotic sailing ships.

Night Shade Books has a 50% coupon available for all in-stock titles.

Peter Fonda and Billy Campbell have joined the cast of SciFi's new pilot movie, Revolution.

Frances Fisher will have an 8-episode arc on Eureka next season.

Eric Stoltz has joined the cast of Caprica.

DVRs for tonight:
5pm Greek
8pm Bones & Big Bang Theory
830 How I Met Your Mother
9pm House & 2.5 Men
10pm Medium

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