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A new University of Maryland study highlights the politics of photos on Pinterest
Also from the "Land of Tweets:" The Prezo-Meter, which compares the tone of your Tweets to the candidates' messages.
[Can Facebook change the election](http://www.technologyreview.com/news/506496/how-facebooks-plans-could-affec
From a Kojo listener: "I got a message from FourSquare telling me I was ousted as Mayor of some place I haven't been a few years ago when I was playing with it. This got
me to the idea of having campaign volunteers go around to polling places in the weeks leading up to an election, becoming "Mayor" of the location and putting some campaign slogan or something on their page so anyone who checks in while waiting in the LONG lines will see it. I figure this should violate the laws about how close to the polling place candidates can have signs posted but the law might not cover it."
I did check out Foursquare and, no shock, they can connect to the IVoted app.
Find your polling place, get information about what will be on your ballot and see people voting in real-time
Apple's new iMacs and Mac mini feature Fusion Drive
Ethiopian kids take initiative and "hack" tablet PC's
Google adds AMBER alerts to Maps and Search as part of their Public Alerts platform
Photographer Dean Holland leaves his DSLR at home and tries taking high quality photos during his trip to Vietnam
Kojo can now drive his expensive Mini with an expensive Mini in the backseat
McDonald's: billions and billions of mobile phones
Hire hackers? No way ... yes way