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Brian Fitzpatrick is a veteran Google Chicago engineer who majored in Latin but has become an expert in government censorship of the Internet. Two years ago his team of five engineers, all working in Chicago, began tallying and helping publish the...
I don't like the way that video games have changed our lives. Sounds dramatic but it's true. The boys really wanted a system...they started playing Sonic, Mario and Star Wars at friends houses...so, I wanted to know what this new interest was all...
Tags: Gaming, Entertainment, LEGO Group
It was late in the day Saturday at Santa Anita, when grandpa Gary Stevens decided to show the young'uns a thing or two about horse racing. The starting gate was almost full for the ninth race, the $150,000 Grade II featured San Marcos Stakes. Eleven...
Trust. Simple word, easy to spell. But increasingly difficult to believe, both in and out of sports. This lost of trust in sports really hurts because there was a time when we turned to sports for outcomes we could accept without question. After a day...
Tags: Monopoly (game), Everglades, Dwight Howard, Mustard, Soccer
It didn't take long for Matt Millhouse to realize he had something special. Fort Wayne Luers High School's football program had been one of Indiana's best for more than a decade. Time there is calculated by the number of state titles. Yet, in 2009, the...
Tags: Values, Notre Dame Fighting Irish, Movies, Ethics, Manti Te'o
Al Gore hails from Tennessee, but when he comes to California next week, he'll be coming back to his spiritual home. In 2000, Californians gave him a double-digit lead — 1.3 million votes — over George W. Bush for president. His documentary,...
When cabaret star Karen Mason played here last December, at Davenport's, one song drew the evening's noisiest ovations by far. If Mason had sung "It's About Time" without introduction, the piece would have unfolded as a charming love song well worth...
Our children are watching us, now more than ever. Adults profess their commitment to lifting kids up, yet we continue to wage public culture wars that ultimately bring our children down. We are setting our examples, demonstrating our values, and...
Farm women have to be tougher than a pine knot. If they weren't, there might not be any farm families. The miracle of birth is a sight to behold when everything goes as it should. I get to deliver a lot of calves but, obviously, most of the deliveries I...
Do you ever wish for the simple Super Bowl days, the Super Bowls involving gerbils? I'm talking only a few years ago, when the game had nothing to do with deer antler spray and the TV spots didn't involve white Jamaican racial politics and German...
The Magic are in the midst of one of their all-time losing ruts, and they've again lost Glen Davis. They need to shut down Big Baby for the season and develop their young'uns, turning to 2013-14. Wish I had some brighter news, but it likely will get...
The Hartford CourantThis is Half-Baked Jake, Super Bowl edition. Warning: Numerals subject to appear in their Roman form. News: Caleb Moore dead at XXV after a crash at Winter X Games in Colorado. His snowmobile fell on him as he tried to complete a backflip. Views: This...
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