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If you haven't learned anything interesting so far today, watch this fascinating history lesson on how the aspect ratios we know (16:9, 4:3) became the standard. For any film geek or ratio nerd, it's a lovely trip back into time when things can become standard by just doing it for a long time.


Twitter's stab at the music scene burst on the scene a few weeks ago, in all it's celebrity-stalking glory. But there's at least one feature that's still hiding behind the scenes: a Pandora-like "similar artists" option, and you can coax it out if you know the secret code.


Geneva, maker of very pretty but expensive rectangles that pump out sweet sound, has a radio that costs 300 bucks. To be fair, the Geneva WorldRadio is a little more than just a radio, it has a Bluetooth receiver, touch controls, alarm cock and a headphone jack (along with its FM tuner).