#click3: Goats hired for Chicago Airport

Updated

The All In with Chris Hayes team puts out a daily call to the Twitter and Facebook communities for the “awesomest things” they encountered on the Internet.

1. To cut costs, Chicago’s Department of Aviation has brought in 25 goats to graze on the 120 acres of grass at O’Hare airport. It’s economical, good for the environment, and goats are funny. We approve.

2. Today, Google paid tribute with a short film to influential graphic designer Saul Bass. Bass, who would have celebrated his 93rd birthday, was famous for inventing a style of graphics used in film title sequences like Vertigo and Cape Fear.

3. Ten-year-old inventor Owen Nannarone of Scituate , MA., devised an interactive golf tee to analyze your swing in real time. He and his father, Len, are working on patenting the idea that will include a GPS sensor in the ball. But in the meantime, check out the sketch: it’s pretty awesome.

#click3: Goats hired for Chicago Airport

Updated