Welcome to This Awesome Week, a look back at the week that was.
This week in history
- 1930 – Turkey changed the name of its largest city Constantinople to Istanbul.
- 1979 – A partial core meltdown of the Three Mile Island Nuclear power plant near Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, resulted in the release of an estimated 43,000 curies of radioactive krypton to the environment.
Music, apps and fun
It came out last week, but check out the new Foster the People: [Amazon.com]
Apps of the week: [Gizmodo.com]
That’s all for this week, check us out next Friday to see what you missed.