First up, Microsoft's Bing has begun to more deeply use Facebook "likes" in their search queries. Basically, if you are logged into Facebook with Bing, Bing will use your and your friend's "likes" within the search results. Here's the problem as I see it: this is going to turn the Internet back into the porn, troll and 80s sitcom mess it used to be when every search includes at least one result from a group entitled "Bring Back the Facts of Life But in Porn Cause We All Know Jo Was a Lesbian." computerworld
Cameron and Tyler Winklevondl... Winkandfondle.. Twinvillian from that social movie, have been denied the appeal in their lawsuit against other really rich people and will have to get by on $100 million. Com'on judge, that's totally not enough money to swim in comfortably! Okay, maybe swim, but no diving! rcrwireless
Yeah, go slow news day.