- Microsoft's Live image search now lets you find images similar to other images. That's potentially quite useful.
- A new browser-based OS is on the way. I like. I think we're at the point that computers could be ubiquitous; you should have a computer or three in your kitchen for checking recipes, for example, and one by your window for things like identifying birds in your feeder. Super-light-weight OSes (geared toward super-low-power computers) are a big step in that direction.
- Apple now recommends that Mac users install antivirus software. I have to congratulate Apple. That means they're finally getting popular enough that people bother writing viruses for them. It's sad that they can't claim that they're more secure anymore just because nobody bothered to write viruses before, but that's the price of popularity.
- A calculus teacher in San Diego is selling ads on quizzes and tests. I applaud his effort in busting a door open that could lead to more money for me.
- Unless otherwise noted, everything on Change.gov is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License. Ie, you can repost or otherwise use anything from there as long as you say that you got it from Change.gov. Even commercially, if you want. That is cool.
- Fox News's website warned today that Hillary supporters might not go for Obama in last month's election. I love the poll.
Those are the highlights from today. As always, comment below.