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firstname.lastname@example.org“Pleng’s Song,” By Patrick Maher, April 2012, Kindle edition, $3.82, 63 pages, booksmango These days, more adults are purchasing Kindles for their pre-teen and teenage children. “Pleng’s Song” by Patrick Maher, an...
email@example.comMicrosoft has announced a variety of upgrade discounts as it prepares for the release of its upcoming Windows 8 operating system. Let’s check them out. The initial deal enables anyone who purchases a Windows 7 PC between June 2, 2012, and Jan. 31,...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThis week, we take a peek into the mailbag. A reader wrote in asking about how to get content removed from a search engine. A.G. writes: “Information, at the request of an individual, has been removed from a website I am associated with. However,...
Tags: Google Inc., Online Media Industry, Networking, Skype, Linux
email@example.comLast week, Microsoft held a special event to announce their new line of Surface PCs. The Surface PCs are Microsoft-made hardware in tablet form. There will be two models of the Surface, “one running an ARM processor featuring Windows RT, and one...
firstname.lastname@example.orgStudents who spent years avoiding lessons with under-the-table Game Boys will turn as green with envy as Yoshi when hearing about the curriculum in Scott Walker’s eighth-grade technology course at Bate Middle School. There, video games are the...
A group of friends with resumes that include work at Yosemite National Park, professional photography and software engineering recently opened a cafe at the Red River Gorge that they hope becomes a community hangout. Aaron Brouwer, Kristina Carter and Rob...
Tags: Restaurants, Arts, Climbing, Bars and Clubs, File Sharing
email@example.comFrom the mailbag, we have a reader using Internet Explorer 8 who noticed her menu toolbar was missing from her browser window. After various calls, she was given a couple of great tips to recover it. She wanted me to share those tips with all of you....
Microsoft Corp. is partnering with Paramount Pictures on a promotional effort for the studio's "Star Trek Into Darkness." It represents the biggest such undertaking ever for the software giant. The Redmond, Wash., company's campaign isn't short on...
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. — Even though its ubiquitous Internet search engine practically mints money, Google Inc. was widely seen as a company whose best days were behind it. It was written off as the next Microsoft Corp. — a staid high-tech...
Alice F. Hayden, 36, is president and co-founder of H2 IT Solutions Inc., a small defense firm in Orlando and a top award winner in the 2013 GameTech/Federal Virtual Challenge. She spoke recently with Orlando Sentinel staff writer Richard Burnett. ...
UC Berkeley is making its vast library collections and course textbooks more readily available to students with visual and other impairments under an agreement reached Tuesday that could set a precedent for universities nationwide. The settlement with...
Tags: Education, Dyslexia, Students, Libraries, Science and Technology
Jaron Lanier makes no claim to be a psychic, but he knows what he knows. "Let me give you a headline that will happen in the coming weeks," Lanier, a computer scientist and author alternately credited with coining or popularizing the term "virtual...
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