If you think your life is getting ever more wireless, think again. The Internet connections the world relies on still cross the globe thanks to cables laid along the sea floor. And while terrorism isn't yet a major threat to their health, dropped anchors or human carelessness are.
'China's Emily Dickinson' thrives along with a new generation of poets: Punk poets, micro-blogging poets and farm-girl poets. Annoyed traditionalists worry that poetry has become a little too popular and accessible. American poets may just look on in envy.
The answer to today's Geo Quiz is the Djabal Refugee Camp in eastern Chad near the border with Sudan. The refugee camp is documented online in an new geographical feature of Google Earth. It's done in conjunction with the UN refugee agency.
The World's Clark Boyd reports that a New Jersey Congressman is proposing new legislation to prevent U.S. Internet companies from turning over information about their users to countries that censor Internet content.
Two U.S. Congressman are accusing "sources" in China of hacking into their office computers, yet Chinese officials deny their government had any involvement in the cyberattacks; The World's Technology Correspondent Clark Boyd has the story.