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  • Summer Movies in Review: Lone Rangers and Game Changers

    SCOTT FOUNDAS: And so another summer movie season comes to an end, with both a bang (in terms of record-breaking box office) and the collective whimpers of ousted executives and even an entire studio placed on and off the chopping block by hedge fund...
  • Why Aaron Sorkin Is Right About the Huffington Post

    During a panel discussion earlier this week previewing the new TV season, I worried, in regard to journalism, that "the metabolism of the Web is making us stupid." Aaron Sorkin is equally concerned -- and just as accurate -- when he suggests the same...
  • New York Times website hacked; Peacock Productions bites back

    After the coffee. Before the New York Times comes back online.  The Skinny: Anyone reading "Gone Girl"? I'm apparently late to the psychopathic party. Another reading recommendation: A deep interview with Paul DePodesta, of "Moneyball" fame, on the...
  • New York Times outage traced to phishing email to Melbourne IT partner

    Melbourne IT, an Australian firm that allows website owners to buy addresses such as latimes.com, said the downtime suffered by the New York Times website Tuesday began when hackers gained access to the user name and password of one of the company's sales...
  • Expect more Web hacking if U.S. strikes Syria: cybersecurity expert

    WASHINGTON — The Syrian hacker group that has taken credit for causing outages on the websites of the New York Times and other news organizations probably will increase its activity if the U.S. launches military strikes on the Middle Eastern nation,...
  • Hacked New York Times website still down; alternate site working

    WASHINGTON -- It’s a battle between one of the nation’s largest newspapers and what is suspected to be a group of hackers supporting Syrian President Bashar Assad, and for the moment at least, the hackers appear to be winning. The New York...
  • Peoria widower's poignant song breaks hearts, lifts spirits

     
    Friday's print column, which spun out of a Land of Linkin' item on Monday Just in time and only about 150 miles from Chicago, the nation's feel-good story of the summer has arrived. A 96-year-old, first-time songwriter from Peoria was......
  • Nyad comes ashore and bah!-portunity knocks

     
    Wednesday's print column Photos by Andrew Innerarity, Reuters See entire photo gallery here An open letter to the board of directors, Cynics United for Sanctimony and Snark: I beg your forgiveness. Monday was nuts. It was a holiday, of course.......
  • Stanley A. Dashew dies at 96; helped revolutionize credit card industry

    Stanley A. Dashew, an inventor and entrepreneur who helped revolutionize the credit card industry, died of natural causes Thursday in Los Angeles, according to a family spokesman. He was 96. Dashew held 40 patents in fields as diverse as credit card...
  • Where do you stand on kids using social media?

    Where do you stand on kids using social media?
    My son is nearing 11, and I don't let him use social media. As you might have read in an earlier post, he doesn't have his own cellphone yet. He uses my iPhone sometimes, but I limit the apps to single-player games and educational programs and don't let...
  • Florida to review proposed national science standards (which include hot topics of evolution, climate change)

    Florida went through a bruising fight over evolution during the 2007-08 school year when it adopted new science standards that for the first time required the subject be taught in public schools. Now it will decide if it wants to sign on to another...