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In a recent class, I received several blank stares as I tried to explain how book titles can be underlined or italicized. There was a time when italic type was only available to publishers and calligraphers. Italic type looks like this. It tilts to...
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email@example.comImagine if you could control the television, lights, locks, thermostats and security systems in your home with one remote-control device. You can, according to Wired Technologies, which had such a device on display Friday at the 2012 Tri-State Technology...
Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines charity as "benevolent goodwill toward or love of humanity." And in a nutshell, that is what The Herald-Mail Nonprofit Wish List hopes to encourage with this list. This list is a two-step project. The first was a call-...
In my last column, I explored the potential benefits, yet low adoption rates, of broadband Internet service in Washington County. Although underappreciated in our county, broadband can help attract businesses to our community, support entrepreneurial...
Global gaming market: $65 billion spent in 2012 Xbox: Introduced Nov. 15, 2001 Retail price: $299 Sold: 24 million units Xbox 360: Introduced Nov. 22, 2005 Price: $299 (core system) or $399 Sold: 76 million units worldwide Kinect...
The Hartford CourantToday's secret word is "Xfinity." That was supposed to be the password for a Bloomfield resident's Comcast wireless service until he found out otherwise after his computer crashed in January and he couldn't rejoin the home network. Marc, a lawyer who...
When Jason Kuhl, executive director at Arlington Heights Memorial Library, asked people what they wanted to see improved at their library, their responses usually fell into one of two categories. The first answer went something like, "What could you...
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A smartphone can contain a lot of information that its owner would rather keep private. But 39 percent of the more than 100 million American adult smartphone owners fail to take even minimal security measures, such as using a screen lock, backing up...
Daily PressA Newport News man has been sentenced to 15 years by a federal judge on child pornography charges. Glenn Rodger McGuire, 41, faces a lifetime of supervised release after his 188-month sentence, according to the U.S. attorney’s office for the...
— Do you spend time in the park? Soon you might be able to take your computer along for uninterrupted access to emails and the Web. While Internet service is common place in public buildings such as libraries and community centers, more cities...
Letters to the editor from Naperville, Lisle and Aurora residents. Speed risks The proposed change in Illinois' speed limit from 65 to 70 miles per hour on tollways and interstate highways increases the risk of damage. The approximately 8 percent...
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