lucy24 - 9:41 pm on Sep 18, 2013 (gmt 0)
it's too bad usa today was the source for that story.
They seem to be the only source. Look it up and you'll find zillions of other articles-- all naming USA Today as their own source. I guess you could fine-tooth-comb the others and see if anyone mentions anything that wasn't part of the USA Today article.
There's a 20-second snippet on YouTube but I can't find its source, if in fact there is one. (Query: How can a search engine index something that exists only as an audio track?)
Why the ### would they divulge something this significant to USA Today and nobody else? How can anyone be sure they're not simply making it up? Or that some vague suggestion of the idea came up in water-cooler blahblah at google, and USA Today's paid source raced to call it in on the off chance it might come true in 2015?
If you constrain your search to google dot com you come up cold, barring google+ retweets. Or, uh, whatever they're called. Yes, I tried That Other Search Engine too ;)