British banks told to be ready for the Euro to fall apart
If there's one thing we should have learned in the last ten years, it's that it's imperative to think not only of the obvious risks, but also of the low-probability, high-impact events that can change our world as well. One can argue at length about whether the European Union will fail, and whether it may have even been doomed from the start, but the obvious takeaway from it all is that people need to anticipate even the unpleasant and improbable, as long as it's still possible. With the EU turning to the IMF for help, it should be clear that really bad things can happen, whether or not we anticipate them and act to protect ourselves.
Someone at The Onion really doesn't like nitwits with a sense of entitlement
FTC muscles Facebook into a deal for better privacy protection
Oracle turns over the keys to OpenOffice to the Apache Software Foundation
Google keeps changing its user interface
One wonders how much they intend to get away with changing before aggravating too many users?