Your epic lust for knowledge keeps you abreast of oil in Azerbaijan and ice deposits on Mars, but if you're smart, why do you keep eating at that place down the street under investigation for rodents? Hyper-localize your insight, with Outside.in's Radar. From Outside.in, Radar's powered by a brand-new Yahoo(!) platform that geo-pinpoints pro/amateur news and blog entries, then serves you aggregated updates on the local-est of minutiae: happenings within a thousand-foot radius of your crib (ankle-monitored felons need fun too). After entering your location, content's filterable by topics like real estate, shopping, concerts, restos, underground bars, and even the educational system, just in case you decide to attack that pipe dream of finally learning long division. Sign up, and info'll arrive via emails alerting you to anything from a "FroYo Faceoff" in NY's East Village, to the joyous news that your alma mater in Mankato, MN was finally granted NCAA Div. III status...a huge boost for their athletics, given the non-existence of Div. IV. Radar's already got the scoop on over 11,000 towns and neighborhoods, and eventually hopes to source content from major news syndicates; hopefully they'll narrow their pinpointing even more, so you can receive alerts as scarily localized as "Uranus is sitting on your couch".