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  • LCF students try their hand at coding

    By 2020, there will be an estimated 1.4 million computing jobs in the United States, according to the National Center for Women and Information Technology. Unfortunately, there will only be about 400,000 graduating computer science students ready to...
  • Recall Alert: 2014 Cadillac ELR

     
    Vehicles Affected: About 656 model-year 2014 Cadillac ELR luxury coupes not equipped with adaptive cruise control and manufactured between Sept. 26, 2013, and Feb. 14, 2014. The Problem: The electronic stability control system software may inhibit certain...
  • Goldberg: Nate Silver's numbers racket

     Goldberg: Nate Silver's numbers racket
    In the last week or so, an intense kerfuffle broke out over the poll-prognosticator Nate Silver and his blog at the New York Times, FiveThirtyEight. Silver, a statistician, has been predicting a decisive Obama victory for a very long time, based on his...
  • Shutting down online poker invades privacy, destroys jobs

    Shutting down online poker invades privacy, destroys jobs
    The banishment of U.S. players from the major online poker rooms has affected millions of Americans. With the exception of a few jurisdictions, such as Washington state, it is not illegal for Americans to play online poker. Instead, the Department of...
  • U.S.: The no-vacation nation

    U.S.: The no-vacation nation
    Let's be blunt: If you like to take lots of vacation, the United States is not the place to work. Besides a handful of national holidays, the typical American worker bee gets two or three precious weeks off out of a whole year to relax and see the...
  • A Word, Please: The single quote's busy season is here

    'Tis the season for a lot of people to use the expression “tis the season.” And though some folks think this is a tired clich√©, I have no problem with it. True, it’s far from original. But this famous fragment from the carol “...
  • Fight off that computer virus

    Fight off that computer virus
    This time of year, you hear plenty warnings about email scams and phishing attacks. You know not to reply to an email with your Social Security number, and you don't open email attachments from strangers. You've learned to keep your firewall software...
  • Baltimore Sun job openings

    Content Editor, night production Job description: The Baltimore Sun has an opening for a content editor who would oversee digital efforts and breaking news at night while helping to put the finishing touches on the next day's print edition. This editor's...
  • Libertyville software engineer accused of stealing trade secrets

    A 49-year-old Libertyville man who was employed as a senior software engineer with the Chicago-based CME Group has been charged with stealing trade secrets, officials said.  Chunlai Yang was arrested Friday morning by FBI agents at the CME office located...
  • Intersections: The challenge of returning home

    The collapse of the Soviet Union, an energy crisis that followed, a devastating earthquake and a war with neighboring Azerbaijan has driven more citizens out of Armenia than officials would probably like to admit. While the waves of emigration continue,...
  • Debt debate inspires 'slow clap' for Congress

    As computer programmer Chris Ashworth watched the debate over raising the nation's debt ceiling unfold this past weekend, the germ of a snarky idea entered his head: Why not ask people to make videos of themselves "slowly and sarcastically" applauding...