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  • Your cheating heart

    Your cheating heart
    Our column about infidelity was quite the feedback generator. Here are some highlights from Facebook and in e-mails. "My husband cheated with my best friend," wrote Kate. "They hid it for years and I didn't find out until I discovered one of her earrings...
  • Do angry workers have the right to complain online?

    Do angry workers have the right to complain online?
    Christopher Cristwell, a 25-year-old Starbucks barista, became fed up with rude customers and their annoying orders for skinny vanilla lattes. So he did what young workers sometimes do these days: He vented online. He made a video rant about it in song...
  • College separation anxiety

    Your younger son is dreading his big brother's college departure. How can you help him cope? Parent advice Your younger son can be the guy you go to, instead of his brother, when you need someone to get something from the top shelf or if there is a...
  • Who are 'they'?

    Who are 'they'?
    Can you believe the audacity of that darn Google? Oh, not the planned $12.5 billion purchase of Libertyville-based Motorola Mobility. Whatever. We're talking about Google Plus (the search giant's answer to Facebook) allowing users to keep their gender...
  • What you need to know to upgrade your phone

    What you need to know to upgrade your phone
    Q: I currently have an "ancient" BlackBerry that I love. But it's time to update. I am a Mac user so I thought if was reasonable to upgrade to an iPhone. Can you walk me through a "decision tree" or survey to help me decide what is the best device for my...
  • Helping your child handle rude stares

    Helping your child handle rude stares
    Q: Your daughter has a severely deformed arm from a birth defect. How should you and she react to the stares in public? Parents' panel I guess I'd tell my child that people stare at things they don't understand and that they don't always realize that...
  • Blazing, and crafting, their own trail

    Blazing, and crafting, their own trail
    There's an old-timey feel, a genuineness, to FoundRe, a small woodworking business. Handmade wood frames and architectural and decorative pieces fill the small gallery/showroom in Chicago, an uncontrived and utilitarian space that could belong to some...
  • Do you need digital rehab?

    Do you need digital rehab?
    Do you spend hours at work on Facebook? Check your accounts in the middle of the night? Get irritated when you can't update your status during dinner? You might need digital rehab. "This is not something to be taken lightly," says Dr. Hilarie Cash,...
  • It's OK to say 'great job'

    It's OK to say 'great job'
    Being completely satisfied as a customer can be a rare experience. I'd had such a positive encounter recently that I asked for a number to call and sing their praises. "Well, we don't have a hotline for that," the woman said. "All we have is a number you...
  • Readers on being perfect

    Readers on being perfect
    Our column about trying to be perfect brought in plenty of feedback. Here are some of the comments we received in e-mail and on Facebook. "This is totally me," wrote Lisa. "Although I don't try to out-do anyone other than myself. I am my own worst enemy!...
  • How Internet TV works

    HOW IT WORKS: * You get a small box, such as an Apple TV ($99; apple.com/appletv), Roku ($59.99-$99.99; roku.com) or Boxee Box from D-Link (about $199; boxee.net/buy). * Connect the box to your TV via HDMI or standard cable, and hook up the box to...
  • Down with pants, up with telecommuting

    Down with pants, up with telecommuting
    I hate wearing pants. They’re uncomfortable and restrictive, the waist too snug, the legs too itchy. And they deny people their inalienable right to see my calves, which I consider two of my best features. Yet here I sit. In an office. In pants....