Our pre-caffeine roundup is a collection of the hottest, strangest, and most amusing stories of the morning.
Google reader dies today -- hope you backed up your stuff!
In related news, the Digg reader is live!
A 15-year-old girl invented a flashlight that produces a usable amount of light just by using the heat from your hand -- and if judges at the Google Science Fair like it, she may be on her way to the grand prize.
Notice photos of fruit showing up in your Instagram feed Saturday? It may be one of the first major spam attacks to hit the popular photo-sharing service.
Seven Saudis have been imprisoned for using Facebook to urge protests.
Oh, and Grenada will now punish people who post offensive comments on Facebook and other websites.
Here's one Reddit co-founder's devastating one-line takedown of Facebook.
Here's how the "Internet of Things" pits George Jetson vs. George Orwell.
Whoops! Real phone sex numbers popped up in a video game.
No way! Universal Orlando is totally building a recreation of the "Cabin in the Woods"!
And here's how animals celebrated Gay Pride weekend.
Compiled by Helen A.S. Popkin, who invites you to join her on Twitter and/or Facebook.