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TomnodMalaysianFlightHeaderAs dozens of ships and aircraft from 10 nations scour the seas for the missing Malaysia Airlines jet, Tomnod, a US-based satellite imaging company has launched its own search effort with a crowdsourcing campaign to locate the Boeing 777. Already 3,200 square kilometres of imagery has been made available for volunteers to search online, with more images expected to be released over the next 24 hours. Users are encouraged to zoom in on each satellite image and drop a pin if they see anything that they believe could be wreckage.

Thanks to Erin Lovett for today’s fodder.

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In a matter of hours the polls will close, the results will be tabulated and, barring any hanging chads, the President of the United States will be announced. With nothing yet decided, a lot can happen in those remaining hours. Mike Bostock and Shan Carter of the New York Times have created 512 Paths to the White House–an interactive tree allows readers to explore US Presidential election scenarios centered around the nine battleground states.

Thanks to Erin Lovett for today’s fodder.