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email@example.comStoring music in the cloud is a popular practice of some music lovers. Basically, this practice stores your music collection on an online service owned by someone other than yourself. It is convenient, but what if the cloud disappears? I am not a fan...
firstname.lastname@example.orgFRANKFORT — A bill that would increase transparency and accountability for special districts is popular with some Lincoln County officials. House Bill 1 was approved unanimously by the state House and Senate last week and is currently awaiting...
American revolutionary James Otis gets credit for saying: “Taxation without representation is tyranny.” Whoever said it, those words ring just as true here today in Kentucky as they did in 18th century colonial Massachusetts. Thankfully,...
email@example.comA report released this week by state Auditor Adam Edelen found local taxing districts across Kentucky take in millions in revenue with scant oversight and few laws to ensure they operate in the public’s best interest. “Special districts...
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., Networking, Apple iPad, Linux, Skype
email@example.comA survey conducted in October and released last week reveals that a vast majority of Jessamine County citizens see their public library as a community asset and want the facility to grow. The survey about the Jessamine County Public Library (JCPL),...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThis column marks another milestone for me, as it is my 800th Net Xpress column. As a young child, my dream was to become a school teacher but, there was a slightly different plan waiting for me in life. Even so, in a way, this column actually has become...
California Atty. Gen. Kamala D. Harris has filed criminal charges against three San Francisco Bay Area brothers for allegedly operating an illegal website that allowed users to watch bootleg versions of copyrighted television shows and movies. Hop Hoang,...
Tags: Trials, Entertainment, Google Inc., CBS Corp., Jennifer Lopez
The expertise of Tamarac's information technology (IT) staff will soon benefit the town of Southwest Ranches, as well. According to an interlocal agreement signed between the two local bodies, Tamarac will build a new network, server and telephony...
Magicians call it misdirection. When the audience is distracted looking one way, the "magic" happens. Sometimes, politics is no different. The focus on pensions, gun permits, gambling and same-sex marriage during the just-finished General Assembly...
Tags: Laws, Trials, Rentals, Lawyers, Crime, Law and Justice
SAN FRANCISCO — Google.com is the most visited online front door in the United States. According to Alexa, a longtime Internet statistics firm, it is also the second most visited home page in the world behind Facebook.com; roughly 40 percent of...
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