Cheezburger has added to its line-up of weird and wacky sites. Introducing “Bronies.” Men and boys who love the animated series “My Little Pony.”

Aviation High School — where the next generation of aerospace geeks will be trained –broke ground today on a new $43.5 million campus next to the Museum of Flight. The school, the first of its kind in the Northwest, is set to open in 2013. And just how did they celebrate? But, of course, with a model rocket launch.

If you’ve got $13.5 million to spend, Paul Allen has an island to sell you near Anacortes.

The Microsoft co-founder already sold his 757 Boeing jet to Donald Trump, and from what we’ve seen in this video tour it looks like the real estate tycoon classed up the joint a bit.


James Sun

Really, a daily deal site with a purpose? Seattle’s Pirq will donate 10 percent of its revenue to United Way of King County each time a customer uses the mobile app to dine out at more than 130 restaurants in the area. Pirq CEO James Sun, best known for his appearance on Donald Trump’s “The Apprentice,” said he was inspired by a plea by Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates for members of the tech community to give back to their communities.

Angry Birds as a teaching tool? Yep, an Atlanta teacher uses the mobile app to teach kids physics. (And six other ways teachers are using technology in the classroom).

Shake, rattle and roll. Amazon Web Services says the earthquake in Virginia did not impact its east coast data center.

Get ready to rumble. The Seattle Startup Crawl is coming this Friday.

Want to know where your friends (or enemies) are sitting at the Katy Perry concert? TicketMaster just rolled a new version of its interactive seat maps, which allows those who log on with their Facebook credentials to see where acquaintances are sitting during the show. Here’s a quick overview:

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