Haiti remembered, snow everywhere, and Facebook pays up for 'fb.com'
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International news: Haiti remembered
It's the one-year anniversary of the Haiti earthquake and there is good news: a return to jobs and restored landmarks.
Tech news: What happened aside from the Verizon iPhone mashup
MySpace laid off 47 percent of its staff, letting go of almost 500 employees. Facebook, meanwhile, doled out $8.5 million to get a hold of fb.com. The American Farm Bureau, its previous owner, must be a very happy group today.
Snow news: It's everywhere
There is snow on the ground in 49 out of the 50 states. Florida remains the last hold out. While a nifty little fact, this happened last year, only snow hit all 50 states that time. Patrick Marsh, a graduate student, documented that snow buzz with photographs of all 50 states sourced from across the country.
Just because: Spanish king's regal phone ring
I can't tell if this is a joke, and neither can the YouTube viewers. However, I really do hope this is the king's preferred ring tone:
| January 12, 2011; 9:34 AM ET
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