• How much would you pay for a card, encoded with your biometric stats, that allows you to breeze through airport security checkpoints like a (non-threatening) rockstar? Steve Brill says $79.95. [NY Times]
  • Turn the volume down on your iPod: those wacky researchers are worried that our young ears are turning into old deaf ones. [USA Today]
  • Former Kazaa creators and soon-to-be Skype billionaires Niklas Zennstrom and Janus Friis are now very rich and we are now very envious. [San Jose Mercury]
  • Think your new wireless carrier took too long to port over your old number? Be glad you're not in Canada. [Toronto Star]
  • Politicians have discovered podcasting. God help us all. [Los Angeles Times]
  • The World Cyber Games wants to be the Olympics of the professional videogame playing scene but, like other videogame leagues, faces a huge problem: it's just not fun to watch people play first-person shooters. [Wall St. Journal]