The Morning Buzz — April 8, 2010
The 44th Pillsbury Bake-Off is over, and Pillsbury has the recipes online at Bakeoff.com (there are past recipe winners too, actually.) Start your day off with some “Savory Breakfast Pizza” or maybe you’d like the “Java-Glazed Cinnamon Rolls”?
Flickr’s added two new members to the Flickr Commons — the Jewish Historical Society of the Upper Midwest and the Upper Arlington Archives. Get more details with some great picture examples at the Flickr blog.
Are you looking for more sites to explore? Maybe an analysis of your tweets could help.
Have you checked out WhatApp? It reviews applications (online and mobile) for security and privacy.
Nintendo and Google are getting together to release a Wii game. But are they going to release it to US Wii owners? Noooooooooo!
Andrew Goodman has an excellent post over at his blog, Traffick. It’s called Can Search Engines Sniff Out “Remarkable”? Check it out; it’s a quick read but thought-provoking.
Hmm. Possibly it’s me, but the fact that David Hasselhoff, former star of Knight Rider (guy with talking car) has now himself become part of a talking car seems dangerously recursive. And then there are the puns (“We have lift Hoff”?!) Good morning, Internet…