Monday’s FSJ News Wrap

We read the blogs, so you don’t have to.  From the FSJ News Center:
You know those Northwest pilots who forgot where to land?  Turns out they were using their laptops instead of minding the store..uh, plane.  The forecast from Mozilla Labs calls for rain. Microsoft decides they’re not in a “family way” after all.  GeoCities says it’s time to shut ‘er down.  And what’s one thing to really turbocharge Windows Mobile?  Read on.

Mozilla Labs has a little something cooking- does it sound Wave-y to you? (Firefox Facts)

Microsoft drops Fox show sponsorship. (Engadget)

Apple to sponsor the Chicago Transit Authority? (No, not the band.) (Chicago Sun-Times)

GeoCities is now 404. (Macworld)

Say hello to Google Social Search. (Search Engine Land)

CNBC: We won’t apologize. (Silicon Valley Insider)

To make Windows Mobile better, it’s getting Zune integration! (The Microsoft

NTSB says pilots who missed the airport were using laptops in the cockpit. (MSNBC)

Snow Leopard meets Windows 7.  (The Joy Of Tech)

iPods of the future?  (Huffington Post)

There are no words to describe this. (CNET Reviews)

Author Ken Auletta has a new book on Google, with a terrific title.  (CNN Money)