ChiefMonkeyGrinder writes: The internet is set to play a major role in the way the major political parties engage with the voting public. ComputerworldUK.com reports that John Prescott has called for Labour activists to click on the Conservative Party’s Google adverts in an attempt to bankrupt the opposition. Prezza tweeted that would take "50p out of the Tories warchest."
Critical Facilities writes: A man named Eloi Cole was discovered by CERN Security as he was rummaging through garbage bins at the LHC apparently looking for his "time machine power unit". According to the article, Cole claims to be from the future where "the discovery of the Higgs boson led to limitless power, the elimination of poverty and Kit-Kats for everyone.". I've always been more of a Twix man myself, but I could adjust to a world full of Kit-Kats.