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  • Don't worry about Baltimore's patent drought

    Don't worry about Baltimore's patent drought
    As the economy continues to flounder, many cities are looking for ways to replicate Silicon Valley's financial success. When seeking to catch the magic of those biggest successes — Apple, Google and Facebook — the word "innovation" gets thrown...
  • Indian-born adviser to Leo Burnett, colleagues navigates digital world

    Indian-born adviser to Leo Burnett, colleagues navigates digital world
    On a warm September day in Chicago, Rishad Tobaccowala counseled a roomful of Leo Burnett executives on how to sell high-tech gadgets -- told in terms of hot dogs.     Tobaccowala, who has spent 30 years at Leo Burnett and affiliated agencies,...
  • Reality springs a leak in BP spill coverage

    The script for the BP oil spill is falling apart. There will be no environmental calamity. The Gulf of Mexico is healing itself faster than anyone imagined. And for the many critics of BP's and the government's handling of the disaster, there is even...
  • Juco players Kentorius 'Scooter' Jackson commits to UCF; brother Toby could sign Wednesday

    Juco players Kentorius 'Scooter' Jackson commits to UCF; brother Toby could sign Wednesday
    Georgia Military College DB Kentorius 'Scooter' Jackson committed to UCF on Sunday. If National Signing Day for junior college transfers was on Sunday, Jackson's brother Toby, of juco national champion Navarro ( Texas) College, would have joined his...
  • Good Gulf oil-spill news: The fishing is fabulous

    Good Gulf oil-spill news: The fishing is fabulous
    I hate to be the bearer of good news when it comes to the Gulf of Mexico because it upsets so many of my fellow environmentalists still hoping for an oily Armageddon. But the rest of you might want to call in sick, grab your fishing poles and head out to...
  • Gulf oil spill 1 year later: NOAA boss answers Mike Thomas' questions

    Gulf oil spill 1 year later: NOAA boss answers Mike Thomas' questions
    The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is the nation's lead science agency in handling oil spills. On the one-year anniversary of the BP oil spill, NOAA Administrator Jane Lubchenco talked to Orlando Sentinel columnist Mike Thomas about the...
  • When author gets in the way

    Modern psychiatry has robbed the world of its monsters. We know so much more about the brain, about the complex interaction of chemicals that determines an individual's fate, than ever before. Thus to look upon a heinous act and attribute it to...
  • Salad industry on hunt for solution to tainted greens

    Salad industry on hunt for solution to tainted greens
    For millions of Americans, bagged salads are a miracle food, the perfect mix of health and convenience. Time-pressed cooks can rip open a bag and pour the leaves right into the bowl, reassured by the "triple-washed" label that some wondrous process has...
  • "Please Come Back to Me" by Jessica Treadway

    "Please Come Back to Me" by Jessica Treadway
    "Please Come Back to Me" By Jessica Treadway University of Georgia Press, $24.95 "Fiction is about everything human," writer Flannery O’Connor said, and Jessica Treadway's novella and story collection, 'Please Come Back to Me,' showcases that...
  • The Siren's Call: Love energy

    The Siren's Call: Love energy
    This month's column is about love. Not the Valentine's Day variety. The Siren's Call is interested in love as an elemental force — as something experienced by mystics and glimpsed by poets. Dante caught a glimpse — this column recently...
  • Lee May's Garden: Asian Grace, Playful Touches

    Lee May's Garden: Asian Grace, Playful Touches
    "I prune, therefore I am." Gardening writer Lee May is joking, but he has a point. Since he and his wife, Lyn, moved from Atlanta to East Haddam in 2001, May has created a fascinating Asian-style garden, using bonsai techniques on his trees and shrubs...