Gizmodo and actually-respected-by-your-grandparents news program PBS Newshour, together - yes, it's true. Just look at this fancy logo they made, complete with drop shadow. Anyways, I was there to talk about the iPad and where Bing really lives (it's a scary place) as part of a news series they're doing, NewsHour Plus, that's all about science and tech. I was very tired.
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