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Your numerology cycles December 16–31
Wise talk by The Two Popes; a media circus for Richard...
Greek tragedy goes modern with Antigone, black family life...
Your numerology cycles December 1–15
Out-of-the-box Xmas fare
A scary Marriage Story, a classy Knives Out murder mystery...
Photos: Thievery Corporation Babylon Falling tour hits...
Dance first. Think later...
Tom Hanks as Mr. Rogers; Elsa and friends in Frozen II and...
Facebook effect: Social network sways online news readership as people share, 'like' items
Facebook influences what news gets read online as people use the popular hangout to share and recommend content, study says.
The Associated Press
May 8th, 2011
Lady Gaga feels like a "loser kid in high school"
But not to worry. She reminds herself daily that she's really a superstar.
Apr 26th, 2011
Google, Groupon and 3D glasses: technology in 2010
Put on your 3-D glasses for a skewed look back at the year in technology.
Dec 28th, 2010
3D comes home
3D is coming home, bringing new educational and entertainment possibilities.
Dec 18th, 2010
Times are tough. We had to let our butler go yesterday. Well, he wasn't really our butler. "He" was a pleasant, cultured British voice that prompted callers to our land line to leave a message....
Oct 26th, 2010
Why continuous electronic connectivity isn't a good thing...
Sep 5th, 2010
Keeping up with technology: mainstream media does a pretty good job
In my last column I discussed some of the many podcasts available that can help keep you up-to-date on technology-related news. But of course, there are other ways to keep informed. A note of caution...
Jun 13th, 2010
Google wave gets bigger
Just as it dominates the web, Google dominated the news in technology this week.
May 22nd, 2010
How the internet is saving the news
The most puzzling aspect of the long-predicted death of conventional journalism is the preponderance of evidence that no such thing is occurring.
May 21st, 2010
TwitLit, dangerous older women, Pixar comes to town and more...
It's been a curious week in the tech world with Google worried about older women, a Twitter-based book club, Pixar animating Vancouverm free music from a Canadian folk-rock legend and more...
May 15th, 2010