Top 5 of The Day – 10th March

One – “TechCrunch Review — The iPad 2: Yeah, You’re Gonna Want One.“
In January 2010, shortly after its unveiling, I first got my hands on an iPad. My initial reaction? “The iPad is like holding the future.” And that’s funny because here we are, just a little over a year into that future, and something new has come along that makes holding the iPad 1 feel like holding the past: the iPad 2.

Two – “David Pogue Reviews iPad 2“
If there are two hands-on, high-profile reviews you can almost guarantee on the eve of each Apple product release, the first would be from The Wall Street Journal’s Walt Mossberg and the second from The New York Times’ David Pogue.

Three – “Remove Charlie Sheen From The Internet“
Have you had enough of hearing about #tigerblood all day? Well “Free Art & Technology” have found a cure for Sheen’s#winning streak. It’s essentially just a browser blocker, available for Firefox and Chrome. Its job is to remove all mentions of Charlie Sheen from your internet browsing, including his face.

Four – “Instagram Steps Up Dealmaking, Partners With Top CBS Show“
The popular photo-sharing app Instagram, less than six months out from its launch, just cut its largest media partnership deal yet: A contest that will put one user’s photo in the finale of NCIS: Los Angeles.

Five – “PicPlz: Now with photo borders and image collections“
Just about every time that I get an email from PicPlz, I’m again convinced that it is one of the fastest-moving, most feature-rich applications on my phone. With the two latest additions to the cross-platform photo sharing service, I’m convinced once more.

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