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  • PasoWineApp, your guide to the Paso Robles wine country

    PasoWineApp, your guide to the Paso Robles wine country
    Now that it’s prime wine country visiting season, Napa Valley, Sonoma County, Mendocino and closer to home, the Central Coast, are all vying for tourist dollars.  Paso Robles, though, stacks the deck with its new PasoWineApp (free at the Apple App...
  • Kickstarter streamer debuts on high note

    For a colorful little music streamer with 17 sides (at last count) and a bust-out Kickstarter funding campaign, the Rocki Play isn't that complicated. It streams music from a smartphone, tablet or computer to a traditional speaker system, just like a...
  • Tom Hanks Launches Free Manual-Typewriter iPad App

    Tom Hanks is now in the app business. The award-winning thesp has launched a free app for Apple's iPad, Hanx Writer, that emulates the aural and visual experience of a manual typewriter -- a personal passion of Hanks -- but with modern conveniences...
  • Radio Disney to Sell 23 Stations, Lay Off Nearly 200

    By Jethro Nededog LOS ANGELES (TheWrap.com) - Radio Disney will be selling 23 of its 24 radio stations across the United States, effective Sept. 26. As part of the changes, 184 positions (about eight per unloaded station) will be eliminated at the...
  • Postcards from the e-edge? App turns selfies into snail-mail greetings

    Postcards from the e-edge? App turns selfies into snail-mail greetings
    Sending a postcard while on the road has never been quite as simple. A new mobile app called Blipcard enables you to convert your selfies and photos into paper postcards that get snail-mailed to your friends and loved ones. Sound old school? It is,...
  • Radio Disney to sell almost all of its radio stations

    Radio Disney to sell almost all of its radio stations
    If you’re a Radio Disney fan who still listens to the network’s programming the old-fashioned way ­­ –  you know, on the radio – you might want to tune out this latest news. Then again, there are so few Radio Disney listeners...
  • Accesso plans to take attractions technology into South Korea

    Accesso Technology Group, the attractions-industry company with North American operations based in Lake Mary, has its eye on South Korean theme parks. Accesso just signed a three-year deal with South Korean consultant Vision Works Global to help broker...
  • Historic Pasadena hotel gets $60-million makeover

    Historic Pasadena hotel gets $60-million makeover
    A historic hotel in downtown Pasadena that served as sedate senior housing for decades is about to make a splashy comeback. The $60-million makeover of Hotel Constance reflects Pasadena's rising profile as an international travel destination. As part of...
  • Islanders' Worship Of Ancestors Focus Of Yale Exhibit

    Islanders' Worship Of Ancestors Focus Of Yale Exhibit
    Centuries before Christianity and Islam came to the Malay Archipelago — the scattering of thousands of islands north of Australia and south of Southeast Asia — the most common spiritual practice was ancestor worship. The people of the Indo-...
  • Facebook is no place for political debate

    Facebook is no place for political debate
    Shortly after Israel invaded the Gaza Strip in 2009, a close Muslim friend I'd known since elementary school suddenly disappeared from my Facebook feed. She'd been excoriating Israel in her posts, and I'd said nothing. Then I posted a statistic showing...
  • Digital Savant: Be aware of shifts in buying back-to-school tech

    Cutting the cord might be a little easier if everything weren't wireless. For parents of students heading off to college or returning to dorm/starter-apartment life, you want to help out with the right tools for higher learning. But technology moves so...