The AP reporter in question has been sent to a Bill Gates-sponsored re-education summer camp where he'll spend some time in immersion sessions with a Zune mp3 player and Surface tutorials led by Clippy.
Too many Cuba libres: Fidel Castro, the 85-year-old former Cuban president once known for long-winded diatribes and reminisces, recently has been releasing much shorter but more baffling dispatches, including the cryptic, "What are the FC?"
Our best guesses: a new brand of Cuban cigar he's marketing; a rejected name for the Microsoft Surface, short for Fun Computer; or a new boy band dubbed Viva Che G. and the Fidel Castros.
Tut, tut: Deposed Egyptian dictator Hosni Mubarak is reportedly near death, while a political power struggle continues in the North African country, pitting against each other a newly elected president, a defunct legislature and military generals.
Meanwhile, the treasures of Tutankhamun are on display in Seattle. This is what it's like to be the guy who holds his buddies' beers during a drunken brawl at a party.
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