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  • How to make Throwback Thursdays more memorable

    Thanks to social media getting all nostalgic on Throwback Thursdays, everyone knows you once sported a mullet. And while likes and retweets hopefully have replaced noogies and wedgies, your ridiculous fashion sense back then can lead to smart social...
  • FCC's dull plans for Internet get viral, angry response

    WASHINGTON This summer the dull-sounding technology term "network neutrality" prompted street protests and viral web campaigns, crashing the Federal Communications Commission's website with a record-breaking flood of over a million comments from the...
  • Are You Here Yet? Glympse Has the Answer

     
    Tucked beneath a canopy of tower cranes in Seattle's booming South Lake Union neighborhood stands a single-story office building that houses Glympse, a 5-year-old internet startup with a laser focus on answering one question: Where the heck are you?...
  • NFL roundup: League claims Rice message sent

    The Sports Xchange NFL roundup: League claims Rice message sent Uproar over the NFL's punishment for Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice is unfounded, NFL senior vice president of labor policy Adolpho Birch said Monday. Rice was suspended two games...
  • Politicians try to jump-start Dodgers TV talks. 'Seinfeld' to Netflix?

    Politicians try to jump-start Dodgers TV talks. 'Seinfeld' to Netflix?
    After the coffee. Before seeing which politicians weigh in on the Dodgers TV mess today. The Skinny: The dog days of summer are almost upon us. Of course, I have a cat so that doesn't really apply to me. Today's roundup includes more politicians trying...
  • 'Canes get commitments from OLs St. Louis, Loftus

    Miami’s push on the recruiting trail continues paying dividends for Al Golden and his staff. The Hurricanes picked up another verbal commitment on Tuesday, this one from 2015 offensive tackle Tyree St. Louis out of Bradenton’s IMG Academy....
  • FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler weighs in on Dodgers TV situation

    The Federal Communications is not happy with Time Warner Cable about the Dodgers TV situation. In a blistering letter to Time Warner Cable Chief Executive Rob Marcus, FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler criticized the company for its inability to reach...
  • China's Google is working on its own autonomous car

     
    Filed under: China, Technology If you had told us a decade ago that Google, of all companies, would be developing a driverless car, we likely would have asked you what you were smoking. But here we are, watching the Internet giant not only testing such...
  • Good news and warnings in the Social Security and Medicare reports

    The release of the annual trustees reports for Social Security and Medicare customarily give rise to an outburst of disinformation from the enemies of these social insurance programs -- that comes with the territory when you're putting out documents of...
  • Rory McIlroy's golf ball from British Open being auctioned

    Thanks to a little help from Twitter, the golf ball that Rory McIlroy used to win the British Open this month has gone up for sale. Bidding on the Nike RZN Black "RORS" ball started at $1,000 and had worked its way to $3,137 by Monday morning. "In the...
  • People on the move

    Retail Jeffrey Agid was promoted to store manager at Dolphin Carpet & Tile in Southwest Ranches. Jeanine Dronsick joined Maya Swimwear as sales director in Miami. Dronsick began her career as vice president of production and director of sales for her...