Newsgeist: 1/21/11

The spirit of the news

Newsgeist: 1/21/11

Your Friday edition of Newsgeist has links to stories on Arabian pirates, Austin traffic, and the Sundance Film Festival. Click through to read more.

-Friday means you get another stock market overview.

-Austin is ranked third in a new 'worst traffic' study.

-U.S. Representative Gabrielle Giffords will be rehabbing in Houston.

-South Korean troops rescued 21 sailors on a hijacked tanker off the coast of Somalia.

-The Sundance Film Festival started yesterday.

-Jeff Jarvis has some great insight on the Google growth and expansion.

-And finally, what would you spend $8 million on?

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