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Listening to a presentation by an expert on workplace wardrobes, I realized my closet is so replete with fashion violations it should be burned to the ground, covered with concrete and then burned again for good measure. I dress, apparently, like an...
It’s only natural that Oviedo running back Jurell ‘Rat’ Green had started to wonder when and from where he was going to land his first college football scholarship offer. Other underclassmen were already getting in on the act. Even...
Tags: Football, Awards and Prizes, College Sports, Sports
Electronic Arts is confident that “Star Wars: The Old Republic” is a massively multiplayer online game that people will be playing in a decade. As they told GamesIndustry International, EA is also considering variations on a free-to-play...
Special to The Baltimore SunThe folks at Facebook are thinking about lowering the age restrictions on the site to allow tweens. Officially, the site is closed to those under age 13, but many kids lie about their age to get in. My tween tried it and was kicked off the site. I'm not...
Tags: Social Media, Xbox 360, Apple iPad
Jonathan Ive, Apple's senior vice president of industrial design, said that despite the iMac, iPhone, iPod or iPad, Apple's current project is its best. Ive, who was in England this week for his knighting Wednesday, told that to The Telegraph after being...
Tags: Apple iPod, Apple iPhone, Google+, Steve Jobs, New Products
Some wordsmiths wield their lexicological powers like an angry red pen, rooting out errors and marking them for all the world to see. (We're talking to you, Grammar Police. Even as we count ourselves among your 24,474 Facebook fans.) Others, like Rod...
Last week, I sent a Facebook message to a friend from high school that I used to know pretty well. Subject line: Videos and your privacy settings. Granted we don't talk often these days, but when I saw some questionable video titles — not porn but...
Tags: Social Media, Google+
The recent report in The Wall Street Journal about Facebook wanting to give children younger than 13 access to the platform is blowing up my feeds. Sources in the article talk about strict parental controls. Advocacy group A is comparing Facebook's...
If you’ve been paying attention, you’ve noticed a bunch of news lately about your electric bills. They’re going up. No, wait, they’re going down. Actually, they’re going up. But not until next year. Confused? Let me sum up....
Tags: Media Industry
Q13 FOX News OnlineShortly before 8 a.m. Thursday, police were called about a brawl that was taking place at Crown Hill's Whitman Middle School. But this wasn't a typical schoolyard scuffle — when police arrived they discovered that the brawl involved students —...
Tags: Students, Teaching and Learning
CatchItKansas.comIt’s time for one of the largest track meets in the nation and state championship baseball, softball and girls soccer action. State championships will be earned at 14 different sites in the four spring sports over the next two days. And...
Tags: High School Sports, Apple iPhone, Softball, Soccer, Sports
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