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Want to listen to the Senate's health-care debate on your iPhone?

There's an app for that. (Warning: Link opens into iTunes.)

Update: Speaking of the iPhone, I've spent a year annoyed by the fact that I couldn't get the screen to go horizontal and vertical on command. Then someone explained to me that the phone doesn't change unless it's held perpendicular to the ground. And sure enough, when I hold it straight up and turn it, it flips every time. I'd estimate this has generated a 10 percent improvement in my quality of life.

By Ezra Klein  |  December 10, 2009; 10:16 AM ET
 
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I'd estimate this has generated a 10 percent improvement in my quality of life.

I'm waiting on the CBO numbers.

Posted by: gedwards1 | December 10, 2009 11:32 AM | Report abuse

Man that's like those people who want government to keep its hands off medicare. Did you think the iPhone was just magical? How could it possibly know if it was horizontal if you hold it parallel to the ground?

Posted by: CraigMcGillivary1 | December 10, 2009 12:08 PM | Report abuse

I have to say, there's really no reason you should be using a URL shortener unless you absolutely have to (i.e., it's a Tweet). This guy explains why:

http://joshua.schachter.org/2009/04/on-url-shorteners.html

Posted by: thedavidmo | December 11, 2009 3:24 AM | Report abuse

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