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  • 10 things you might not know about social media

    While some social media outlets are dealing with issues of privacy (is the government reading our timelines?), Twitter is going public (with plans for an initial public stock offering). And during the recent attack on a mall in Nairobi, Kenya, both the...
  • Can dating site eHarmony match you up with a job?

    DEAR JOYCE: My daughter met her husband on eHarmony, and so far their marriage has worked out great. Now, I've read that eHarmony is working on the launch of a career site late next year that employs the same principles as its dating site. What's your...
  • 5 Things you absolutely must know about finding a career you love

    Brazen Careerist I just haven't found my passion yet. ... Talk to any group of 25-year-olds for more than 10 minutes, and this topic is bound to pop up. The idea of pursuing a passion is shorthand for loving your job, being a successful person and doing...
  • Film Review: 'The Secret Life of Walter Mitty'

    Sometimes daydreams do come true. At least, that's what the Goldwyn family must be feeling now that their long-delayed "The Secret Life of Walter Mitty" update finally exists, smarter and less screwball than previous attempts at the material have been....
  • Follow these online dating rules to find the perfect job match

    Brazen Careerist Your 20s are a time to explore the professional and personal passions that will stick with you for the rest of your life. But as just about every 20-something has figured out, searching is tough. It's stressful and uncertain....
  • New single woman looks for a real-world connection

    New single woman looks for a real-world connection
    "Nonfat, no-foam latte!" the barista called out to a crowd awaiting its caffeine fix. I had come to this java joint not for the chocolate-covered macaroons, not for the frosted bread pudding muffins, nor even for the espresso. I had come in the hopes of...
  • A skeptic finds love and family

    A skeptic finds love and family
    By the time she reached her mid-30s, Susan Woolson came to a sad but realistic conclusion: She just wasn't the type of woman who could fall in love. What's more, she was starting to doubt that the type of love that made other women fall to their knees...
  • The spa as a spiritual place

    The spa as a spiritual place
    Spa fans want more than sloughing off dead skin or soothing aching muscles from those pampering places of eucalyptus-scented bliss. And businesses are transforming into mind, body and soul temples of wellness to meet the demands of people increasingly...
  • New app rescues people from bad dates

    New app rescues people from bad dates
    Most people have been there, trapped on an awkward date that is going nowhere. But relief could be on the way with a new app that provides an incoming rescue call. The Bad Date Rescue app, which was recently launched by the dating website eHarmony.com,...
  • Review: 'Sleepless in Seattle,' but not for the old reasons

    Review: 'Sleepless in Seattle,' but not for the old reasons
    Awash in music, "Sleepless in Seattle," Nora Ephron's 1993 film starring Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan, almost makes sense as a stage musical. That is, until you start considering who could compose a score to compete with a soundtrack that includes "As Time Goes...
  • Wall Street Journal to launch a financial social network

    LinkedIn’s quest to be a vibrant platform for business content and discussions will face a new challenge. News Corp., which owns Dow Jones & Co. and the Wall Street Journal, wants its forthcoming WSJ Profile product to be a home for...