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  • Buying freedom of speech

    I was deeply disturbed by The Times editorial on malls as free-speech zones, both for its content and for the clear conflict of interest. Years ago, almost every locality had its own independent newspaper and often several newspapers. The small...
  • Parks & Bus Service Salvaged, 311 Jobs Cut in King County 2010 Budget

    Parks & Bus Service Salvaged, 311 Jobs Cut in King County 2010 Budget
    Bus service and public safety are in and more than 300 employees are out, that is, out of a job soon. Monday the King County Council approved a 5 billion dollar budget. It keeps in place funding for criminal justice and Metro bus service, contains no new...
  • Microsoft Says Vista Buyers To Get Free Windows 7

    Microsoft Says Vista Buyers To Get Free Windows 7
    Don't worry about the prices of Windows 7 computer operating system. Officials say they are in line with prices for Vista so if you bought your PC before Windows 7's release in October, you'll get a free upgrade. To drum up demand among people who aren't...
  • Miami men connected to theft of 41 million credit card numbers

    Federal authorities said Tuesday that they had cracked the largest case of identity theft in U.S. history, charging 11 people in the theft of more than 40 million credit and debit card account numbers from computer systems at such major retailers as TJ...
  • Yahoo's earnings report fails to wow Wall Street

    Yahoo Inc. on Tuesday made much ado about its first-quarter financial performance as a sign that it's turning around its fortunes. Wall Street reacted like nothing happened. Analysts said the results and projections were not strong enough to force...
  • 'Green' light bulbs may have their dark side

    As Americans set up their new computers, TVs and other electronic goodies from the holidays, the increasingly eco-minded consumer is wondering: What should I do with the old ones? Rapidly improving technology and a consumer thirst for all the latest...
  • Top Local Stories

    Black Friday Arrives Holiday shopping is now officially underway. In the retail world today is referred to as Black Friday. Retailers hope to make enough cash to end the year in the black. Some stores opened last night, like Comp USA allowing folks to...
  • Web Buzz!

    Web Buzz!
    From Michael Jackson's memorial, to the truth about the moon landing, and the shaking hip USB -- Find out what the web is buzzing about today! Michael Jackson's daughter Paris' tearful speech at memorial - MTV news Google announces Chrome Operating...
  • Free video and photo editing websites

    Free video and photo editing websites
    Summer is the perfect time to test out that new digital camera or spankin' new camcorder, but what do you do with all those hours of footage? How do you put it together without buying fancy editing software? Here are some free video and photo-editing...
  • Soft PC Sales Send Microsoft Profit Down 29 Percent

    SEATTLE (AP) - Microsoft Corp. said Thursday its profit in the last quarter plunged 29 percent because of weak computer sales, ending a fiscal year in which the software maker's revenue fell for the first time since the company went public in 1986....
  • Paris' house of knock-offs

    Paris' house of knock-offs
    There's a postage stamp-sized place in Paris' 16th arrondissement that houses a collection of luxury goods that would be the envy of any upscale boutique. Louis Vuitton monogram-covered handbags and wallets crowd shelves with Herm├Ęs scarves and ties,...