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  • 11/17: Business events

    11/17: Business events
    Chamber East Lake County: Networking Breakfast, 8 a.m. third Saturday, Lisa's Kountry Café, 23911 State Road 46, Sorrento. Details: http://www.elcchamber.com or 352-383-8801. West Orange: networking groups, 8-9 a.m. Tuesdays, Mimi's Cafe, 3130 Daniels...
  • #JoeStrong founder Joe Clark dead at 31

    #JoeStrong founder Joe Clark dead at 31
    Joe Clark of Orlando demonstrated how social media can be marshaled against illness. His battle against cancer inspired the #JoeStrong movement and the blog "Cocktails and Chemo." He started the blog with his wife, former News 13 reporter Amanda Evans,...
  • Georgia RB Gurley done for season

    The Sports Xchange EditorsNote: Update 3: Richt comments Georgia RB Gurley done for season Georgia running back Todd Gurley is expected to miss the rest of the season with a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee. "Without a doubt one of...
  • JetBlue cutting legroom, adding checked-bags fee for some fliers

    Free checked bags on airlines are not extinct, but soon they will be harder to find. To boost revenue, JetBlue Airways announced plans Wednesday to eliminate free checked bags for its lowest fares and squeeze the legroom on most of its planes. Those...
  • Turner Girds for Dec. 5 Dish Blackout of TNT, TBS

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Time Warner's Turner Broadcasting stepped up its publicity campaign in its ongoing rights battle with Dish Network, alerting viewers of the possible loss of TNT and TBS on the satellite-broadcast service as soon as early...
  • Right-to-try laws, as currently formatted, offer terminally little but false hope

    Are right-to-try laws a good idea? They are rapidly spreading throughout the country, first in Colorado, then Missouri and Louisiana, and, just recently, Michigan and Arizona. Similar laws are under consideration in New Jersey and Delaware. At first...
  • Facebook launches Groups app and FB Techwire

    Facebook launches Groups app and FB Techwire
    Facebook wants to help you organize your social circles and keep up with technology news – but not necessarily at the same time. The social media giant on Tuesday announced the launch of two separate products: Groups, a feature it has broken off...
  • AEG to televise Coachella, Stagecoach, more festivals on AXS TV next year

    AEG to televise Coachella, Stagecoach, more festivals on AXS TV next year
    No need to brave the sweltering heat, long lines for Porta-Potties and overpriced food during next summer's concert season. Anschutz Entertainment Group, one of the nation's leading concert promoters, will bring more than 70 hours of live performances...
  • L.A. Times names Internet strategist Nicco Mele deputy publisher

    L.A. Times names Internet strategist Nicco Mele deputy publisher
    Nicco Mele, the Internet strategist credited with pushing political campaigns into the digital era, has been named deputy publisher of the Los Angeles Times. "We intend to be one of the great journalism organizations of the 21st century, not just the...
  • Fashion blogger Chelsea Lankford styles her way to Internet stardom

    MINNEAPOLIS It looked like Christmas morning in Chelsea Lankford's Minneapolis brownstone, but it was just another Saturday. The 23-year-old tore into a pile of boxes, made a mountain of tissue paper and neatly stacked the contents. She was quick,...
  • Pop-Up Magazine: Live storytelling with no digital footprint

     Pop-Up Magazine: Live storytelling with no digital footprint
    The scene was a beautiful, chaotic mess, a mashup of live music, animation and rollicking storytelling for about 2,600 people filling Davies Symphony Hall in San Francisco. So ravenous was the crowd for Pop-Up Magazine's particular brand of storytelling...