Monthly Archives: September 2004

Schools capitulate to cell phones

[H]undreds of high schools have reluctantly agreed to relax their rules about cellphones in schools. Rather than banning the phones outright, as many once did, they are capitulating to parent demands and market realities, and allowing students to carry phones … Continue reading

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Share files online?

Share files online? Don’t pass Go, Don’t collect $200, go directly to Jail. U.S. House approves tougher law against file trading On a voice vote, the measure passed the House and will now be sent to the U.S. Senate. The … Continue reading

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neighbors

Somebody explain to me why my neighbors all have to hangout on the stoop outside or sidewalk or parking lot at 12:30 in the morning, especially when it’s only 55 degrees out. And why do they have to be so … Continue reading

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New, more colorful 50-dollar bill begins circulating

Today’s the day the new, more colorful 50-dollar bills begin circulating — sporting splashes of red, blue and yellow. … The Bureau of Engraving and Printing has printed 140 (m) million new 50s and plans are to put them out … Continue reading

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Revampificationalization

I have revamped the left side of the page. I updated the sites that I read along with their RSS feeds if they have one. I also tweaked the content boxes so they all look the same. It’s fun, I … Continue reading

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