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TGIF! Here’s a quick rundown of what you need to know today: 
Uber-rapper Sean Carter has changed his name from Jay-Z to Jay Z. Maybe it’s just too hot for hyphens?
Here’s why the new photos of alleged Boston bomber, Dzhokhar Tsarneav, might do more harm than good.
What’s in secret Aaron Swartz that has MIT doesn’t want us to see?
Are knockoff iPhone chargers electrocuting people?  
Journalists and non-profits rejoice, making Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests is about to get easier thanks to the FOIA machine, which has been dubbed the 'TurboTax for government records.'
Apple’s purchase of Canadian navigation start up Locationary is evidence that it is serious about its mapping services. 
Have a great day!
—M. Cecelia Bittner and Jessica Hullinger

Daily Fast Feed Roundup

TGIF! Here’s a quick rundown of what you need to know today: 

  • Here’s why the new photos of alleged Boston bomber, Dzhokhar Tsarneav, might do more harm than good.
  • Journalists and non-profits rejoice, making Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests is about to get easier thanks to the FOIA machine, which has been dubbed the 'TurboTax for government records.'

Have a great day!

M. Cecelia Bittner and Jessica Hullinger

Daily Fast Feed Roundup
Happy Monday Tumblr! Here’s a quick rundown of what you need to know today: 
In honor of the Tour de France, Google’s new Your Tour feature lets you experience the race. 
Dozens of Morsi supporters were killed this morning in Cairo when the army opened fire on protestors. 
From our NSA secret surveillance tracker: The NSA rejects all Freedom Of Information Act requests from U.S. citizens.
A little guy named Connor was the first baby born using a new embryo screening method that may drastically reduce the cost of IVF.
Anti-government surveillance cyber activists have cloned and hacked Jay-Z’s promotional Android app to spread their message.
Communications giant America Movil just gave music ID/discovery app Shazam $40 million to boost its TV integration. 
Researchers in the Netherlands have developed a smog-busting pavement that reduces air pollution by almost half.
An aircraft powered entirely by solar energy has completed its first cross-country flight.
The truth is out there: Google is celebrating the anniversary of Roswell’s extraterrestrial events with a doodle.
Can’t go an hour with out checking your cell phone, email, Facebook, etc? Maybe you need to go to this digital detox camp.
Have a great week!
—M. Cecelia Bittner and Jessica Hullinger

Daily Fast Feed Roundup

Happy Monday Tumblr! Here’s a quick rundown of what you need to know today: 

Have a great week!

M. Cecelia Bittner and Jessica Hullinger