March 8, 2013 at 9:59 AM ET
Our pre-caffeine roundup is a collection of the hottest, strangest, and most amusing stories of the morning.
Facebook, as expected, revealed that it's rolling out a redesigned News Feed. The social network appears to be under the impression that we haven't had our fill of Facebook redesigns.
Speaking of Facebook, it seems that all the redesigns are prone to making you share more information than you intended.
A comet is coming! A comet is coming! And, with some preparation, you can catch a glimpse of it.
Someone made a 3-D printer that can spit out things smaller than you can even see. Naturally, lasers are involved.
A former Googler's son recorded a visit to the Google campus ... in 1999. The whole thing is as adorable and geeky as you might expect.
Instagram helped a lost toy bunny find his way home. Coincidentally, posting photos of cupcakes may help them find their way into someone's tummy.
A Pixar scientist has the scoop on the math required to make the movies and games we adore.
In closing: It's ch-ch-ch-chilly outside. Bundle up.
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