Tuesday, September 9, 2008


Google is digitizing newspapers, making content previously only available in newspaper morgues or library microfilm now available online.

A melting glacier in the Swiss Alps is revealing objects that are helping researchers understand more about the neolithic era and the effect of climate changes.

Apple and NBC have come to a new agreement, so NBC Universal TV shows will now be available on iTunes again.

CNet's Green Tech has an article about a new company building microinverters to more effectively transfer energy collected from solar panels into current used by electrical outlets.

Late tonight, near Geneva, the Large Hadron Collider will be switched on and amazing physics experiments will begin (assuming the world doesn't end like the people sending death threats believe).

Primeval bad news and good news: Season 1 ends this Saturday on BBC America, but Season 2 starts next week and will air straight through til November (7 episodes).

DVRs for tonight:
Greek (6pm ABCFAM)
Eureka (6 or 9pm SCIFI)
Fringe (8pm Fox - 95 minute premiere episode)

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