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12/03/2011

Duration:
1 hour, 30 minutes
First broadcast:
Saturday 12 March 2011

Eye witness accounts from Japan in the aftermath of Friday's devastating earthquake and tsunami.

Also the usual look back at the last week on the web with podcasters Helen Zaltzman and Olly Mann. And gadget and gaming news.

Email chris@bbc.co.uk.

  • Celebs get rebuttal site

    Celebs get rebuttal site

    From celebrity rebuttals on Twitter to press release-recycling identifier churnalism.com, there are a slew of sites people can use to take the media to task.

    The latest, ICorrect, is launched this week - a platform for people and organisations in the public eye to correct information about themselves that they believe to be untrue, without incurring the costs of a court case or a legal injunction against a news site.

    The site was set up by Sir David Tang, the Hong Kong-born entrepreneur, who has even made a correction of his own.

    ICorrect.com
  • Brooklyn 'lost camera' people found

    A fim maker stumbled across a lost film canister in New York's Central Park in January. He developed the film and then put the snaps in a viral video to hunt down the photographers.

    He found them - in Paris. The video he made to track them down now has 1.6 million views.

    Lost film returned to owners via web
  • Ban spam sites from Google searches

    Ban spam sites from Google searches

    Here's a useful thing: Google is now letting you personalise your search engine results.

    Sick of a certain website always appearing in your results? With just a click you can now block it from appearing.

    But what are the implications for companies who have paid for a conspicuous Google position?

    Google Blog posting on banning results

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