runner_one writes: "Retired TV station owner and broadcast engineer looking for a cure for cancer discovers that radio frequency generator can release hydrogen from saltwater for use as a fuel. www.wkyc.com Scroll to bottom of page for video."
OhNo writes: Don Imus' racist remarks got him fired by CBS on Thursday, the finale to a stunning fall for one of the nation's most prominent broadcasters.
Imus was initially suspended for two weeks after he called the Rutgers women's basketball team "nappy-headed hos" on the air last week. But outrage kept growing and advertisers kept bolting from his CBS radio show and its MSNBC simulcast, which was canceled Wednesday.
dido writes: "In his most recent column, Robert X. Cringely observes that network neutrality as it is now understood may have never really existed at all. It appears that some, perhaps all, the major broadband ISPs have already been implementing tiered service levels for a long time. From the article: 'What turns out to be the case is that some ISPs have all along given priorities to different packet types. What AT&T, Comcast and the others were trying to do was to find a way to be PAID for priority access — priority access that had long existed but hadn't yet been converted into a revenue stream.'"