Soon it might be a lot easier to quickly scan for that TV news or entertainment story or perspective you wanted to see but missed. Software that was developed by a UAH computer science graduate student aggregates network and cable TV news and entertainment stories to make topics more easily browsable and searchable. Guided by the UAH Office of Technology Commercialization (OTC), it's in the patent and copyright process and heading toward the Alabama Launchpad competition. &quot;We've just finished the technology,&quot; says Daniel Woo, the company's CEO, who will receive his master's in computer science this spring and is still searching for just the right name for his invention. In the running are VidGopher and hoo.sed, among others. Advised by UAH associate professor of computer science Dr. Ramazan Aygun, who specializes in multimedia and data mining, Woo developed the software for his master's degree thesis.