Tuesday, March 26, 2013 
Soon, You'll Never Have to Part with Your Kindle on a Plane

The FAA is oh-so-close to allowing the use of e-readers during takeoff and landing.

Yet there will always be a four-minute period when our devices should be powered down.

To find out what it is AND to learn more about the FAA's rule change...

Keep reading.


Today's News You Can Use 

1. Gay Marriage

Supreme Court takes first ever look at the issue (NBC)

2. Google+ Update

Now you can use a gif as your profile pic (CNET)

3. Infant Nutrition

Study: Many babies start solid food too soon (CBS)

4. Uber Upgrades

Car service adds apps for Android/Windows/BB (VB)

5. 'Clarissa' Comeback

The popular 90s show as a book? Believe it (EW)

Can you guess this person?

This influential Republican strategist recently said he 'could' imagine a 2016 GOP candidate in favor of gay marriage.

More from the blog...

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You're Allowed to Watch the NCAA Tournament at Work -- and Here's the Proof

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that Will Portman, son of Sen. Rob Portman (R-Ohio), is telling the story about coming out to his parents?

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President Obama correctly picked 11 of the 16 teams in the Sweet Sixteen. How did you do?

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