Friday, January 06, 2012

Brave New Schools, Animal Kingdom, -and- We Reserve the Right

In the News Today
  • Brave New Schools - Hundreds of students caught cheating on final exam at Houston high school
  • Animal Kingdom - Genetic scientists create freakish man-made monster ants with huge heads and jaws
  • We Reserve the Right - New Hampshire restaurant bans politicians

    Technology in the News Today
  • ViaSat Promises 12-Mbit/s Satellite Broadband for $50/Mo
  • Wi-Fi's Protected Setup Woes
  • 9 Percent of Americans Have Cut the Cord

    Born on this Day in History: January 6, 1913 - Loretta Young made the leap from child actor to one of Hollywood's leading ladies of the 1930s and 1940s, making close to 100 films with directors such as Frank Capra, Cecil B. DeMille and Orson Welles and A-list leading men like Cary Grant, Clark Gable and Tyrone Power. She won an Oscar for her role in The Farmer's Daughter and was one of the first female stars to command a six-figure salary.

    On this Day in History: January 6, 1994 - Figure skater Nancy Kerrigan is attacked in the knees by a man in Detroit wielding a collapsible baton. It is later determined that her inferior rival Tonya Harding and her boyfriend were responsible for the attack.

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