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Aereo is offering free streaming tonight from 6:00pm ET on so you can follow Election 2012:
[Tonight] over-the-air broadcast news coverage will be in full swing, for what political pundits are predicting will be a nail biter. That’s why Aereo is once again expanding our Try for Free access, so that you can stay on top of election night news.
We’re kicking off expanded Try for Free tomorrow at 6:00 p.m. and for the following 12 hours, folks in New York City will be able to access to Aereo’s groundbreaking online television technology to watch election returns and see how the Electoral College map shakes out.
Nice catch from Mashable:
During his highly-anticipated acceptance speech to the Democratic National Convention Thursday night, the President was supposed to give a shout-out to search giant Google. Instead, at the last minute, he opted to praise Apple’s founder.
Here’s the line from Obama’s prepared remarks, as given to the New York Times: “We believe that a little girl who’s offered an escape from poverty by a great teacher or a grant for college could become the founder of the next Google.”
And here’s the line as delivered: “We believe that a little girl who’s offered an escape from poverty by a great teacher or a grant for college could become the next Steve Jobs.”
The last-minute switch suggests Obama ad-libbed the line, ignoring what was on his teleprompter.
An Apple fan even after Steve Jobs reportedly told him he wouldn’t win reelection. That’s true gadget love.