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  • Nintendo Developing DS Apps For School Systems
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    MojoKid writes “Shigeru Miyamoto, who has had a hand in some of Nintendo’s most popular titles, recently offered that he is working hard to turn Nintendo’s DS line of handheld gaming machines into tools for schools. The DS already has a nice line of educational software titles that help users learn, and he thinks that this could really be a huge benefit to schools looking for alternative ways to educate students of a new generation. The company has (more…)



  • God of War III pre-orders hit half a million in the Americas
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    God of War III narrowly beats out Pokemon Heart Gold / Soul Silver with 485,000 pre-orders in the Americas, both games release next week

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  • Bracket Face-Off: Sports Reporter Vs. 2-Year-Old
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    Proving anyone can win an NCAA bracket, Paula Faris challenges her two-year-old daughter to a game of mother vs daughter. This video will melt your cold heart.

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  • Texas Oil Companies Fight CA Law to Combat Global Warming
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    An anti-tax group and a coalition of businesses quietly led by Texas oil companies have launched a signature drive for a November ballot initiative that would suspend California’s pioneering law to combat global warming. Assembly Bill 32, which requires California greenhouse gas levels to be rolled back to 1990 levels by 2020.

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  • Google Reported Ready To Leave China April 10
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    A number of readers including tsj5j and bruleriestdenis wrote to alert us to this CNET story: “Google is expected to announce on Monday that it will withdraw from China on April 10, according to a report in a Beijing-based newspaper that cited an unidentified sales associate who works with the company. ‘I have received information saying that Google will leave China on April 10, but this information has not at present been confirmed by Google,’ the (more…)

  • How Obama Wins in 2012
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    Despite sagging poll numbers, the president has bottomed out, and Republicans still lack the leaders and the ideas to beat him, argues former Bush strategist Mark McKinnon.

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