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  • Pregnancy center signs are necessary

    Pregnancy center signs are necessary
    In her recent commentary concerning Baltimore's pregnancy-center ordinance ("Free services? Some 'threat,'" July 17), Marta H. Mossburg overlooks key evidence relied on by the Baltimore City Council that pregnancy centers often engage in deceptive...
  • NIMBY! Neighbors upset over naked hangout club | Video

    Nude resort? Neightbors say "NIMBY (not in my backyard)!" Folks in one Cocoa subdivision called High Point are upset over a bed and breakfast that the owner calls a "naked hangout club," reports WESH NBC News-2 in Orlando. Guests just strip and let...
  • Google ends Chromecast-Netflix promotion 'due to overwhelming demand'

    Google ends Chromecast-Netflix promotion 'due to overwhelming demand'
    Citing overwhelming demand, Google on Thursday said it has ended a Netflix promotion tied to its new Chromecast TV dongle. The promotion gave users, new and existing, three free months of Netflix's video streaming service, valued at about $24, when they...
  • Small businesses struggle to manage online image

    Restaurants, mom-and-pop shops and other small businesses often face an abundance of frustrating complications during start-up — construction delays and supply shortages being among the top obstacles. Now, managing online presence is joining the...
  • Twitter IPO hurdle: The service is well known but not widely used

    SAN FRANCISCO — By all rights, Twitter should be wildly popular with mainstream America. World leaders, the pope, even Justin Bieber post updates there. It tells us what's culturally relevant at any given moment, be it Beyonce's performance at...
  • Ex-cops lead O.C. volunteers in rescuing prostitutes

    Ex-cops lead O.C. volunteers in rescuing prostitutes
    The stocky man with a goatee walks across the darkened parking lot of the motel and bangs on the door to Room 156. Greg Reese rehearses his lines. The door opens. The girl inside is wearing black lingerie and looks like she did in the online ad that...
  • The three things to watch for in Twitter's IPO filing this week

    SAN FRANCISCO -- As soon as this week Twitter will make public its secret filing to sell stock to the public. It's called an S-1 filing, and it's the form companies have to file before their shares can be listed on a stock exchange. Twitter filed...
  • Twitter faces new pressure to boost global ad revenue

    SAN FRANCISCO — Fans of "Castle in the Sky" in Japan set a world record in August when they sent 143,199 tweets in a single second while watching a rerun of the 1986 anime classic on television. The social media frenzy that took place thousands of...
  • Start-up founder sees a troll behind patent lawsuit

    To Kevin O'Connor, the first straw was also the last straw. In May, a start-up company he founded, Findthebest.com, got a letter from a Connecticut law firm explaining that it had filed a lawsuit accusing the start-up of infringing an obscure software...
  • Two San Bernardino councilmen charged in separate criminal cases

    Two San Bernardino councilmen charged in separate criminal cases
    Two San Bernardino city councilmen face criminal charges in separate cases, authorities said Thursday. Councilman Robert Jenkins, 33, has been charged in Riverside County with 18 felonies and 12 misdemeanor crimes related to identity theft and stalking,...
  • Friends of the Libraries: The benefits of good literature

    Though many in this digital age maintain that print is headed toward extinction, a Dec. 15 article in the Los Angeles Times says this may not be so. It seems that a number of online-only publications have begun to reconsider print — at least for...