The Guardian reported that after 188 years of ink and paper, they are going to be reporting exclusively on TWITTER. Not only that, but they said they will re-write all articles from their archives to fit the parameters of 140 words.
Sample: Martin Luther King's legendary 1963 speech on the steps of the Lincoln memorial appears in the Guardian's Twitterised archive as "I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the colour of their skin but by", eliminating the waffle and bluster of the original.
There's a new breed of tartan sheep featured in a photo in the Times, and YouTube has inverted all its pages today. Of course, this one about Tarte Tatin which is an upside-down cake, looks normal.
There is a viral video making the rounds showing the first helicopter hotel. The website plays up all of the aircraft's 18 luxury rooms complete with minibars and Queen-sized beds. And there's head gear that will record your dreams, an iPod add-on that will drive your car for you, and an online service that will add a photo of your face to a pizza.
I, for one, am glad the day is over for another year.