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Chris Anderson

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  • BookTour.com is closing up shop

     
    BookTour.com, which never quite became the site it might have been, will shut down September 1....
  • Food Events: Lobster festival, $5 happy hour, one-pot suppers

     
    Food Events: Lobster festival, $5 happy hour, one-pot suppers...
  • Allison Wilson of Leesburg captures 3A-4 championship

     
    Class 3A, District 4 Leesburg junior Allison Wilson edged Palm Coast Hannah Loder for the Class 3A, District 4 title Saturday at Deltona Pine Ridge. Wilson won in a time of 19:17.81 and Loder was second in 19:26.02. New Smyrna Beach’s Chris Anderson...
  • Orange You Glad returns in March with expanded vision

     
    Since its inception in 2009, the Orange You Glad Music Festival has relished its ultra-grassroots approach: sticking pretty much to the Mills Avenue neighborhood in its inaugural year and returning with a stripped-down mini-holiday fest in 2010 that still...
  • Sounds Like a Long-Term Plan

    Sounds Like a Long-Term Plan
    James Diener is almost certainly the only head of a music label who’s reading—for pleasure—the world’s hundred best books. Right now, he’s slogging through Theodore Dreiser’s Sister Carrie, a novel that’s a century and a universe removed from his world....
  • Humor Helps & TED Takes Beverly Hills

    Humor Helps & TED Takes Beverly Hills
    NIGHT OF A MILLION LAUGHS IN MALIBU There was magic in the air when Liane and Richard Weintraub opened their home for an intimate gathering to benefit the Malibu Foundation for Youth & Families. The intent of this Night of a Million Laughs was serious—...
  • Hot type

    Hot type
    What's on your summer reading list? Maybe you've got it all worked out already, but if you don't, here are 60 possibilities, arranged by the months in which they'll be published -- the best of this summer's forthcoming reads. JUNE And Then There's...
  • 'Free' plagiarism charge frames Internet content debate

    'Free' plagiarism charge frames Internet content debate
    On Tuesday afternoon, Chris Anderson, editor in chief of Wired magazine and author of the 2006 bestseller "The Long Tail," received an e-mail warning that his new book, "Free: The Future of a Radical Price," was to be challenged. On the blog of the...
  • Upbeat entrepreneurs interact at South by Southwest

    AUSTIN, Texas Unemployment is at record highs, and many businesses are going bankrupt or closing. Yet, during the South by Southwest Interactive Festival over the past week, it was easy to forget how bad things are. SXSW, as it's commonly called, is...
  • Newport tries to move on

    NEWPORT BEACH — Newport Harbor High has the luxury of starting the football season later than most of the local teams. The Sailors need the extra time with the amount of changes they are dealing with before kicking off the season at home against...
  • Google's Sergey Brin says he's optimistic about staying in China

     
    Google's Sergey Brin says he's optimistic about his company staying and operating in China...