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  • College vs. career a false choice for students

    College vs. career a false choice for students
    In 2002, a handful of technology powerhouses — Apple, Microsoft, SAP — realized there was a profound gap between the knowledge and skills most students learn in school and the knowledge and skills they would need to compete in typical 21st...
  • TV, Web shine with sound, keen coverage

    Television loves ritual and pageantry. And Tuesday, the medium absolutely soared on the feast of both, found in the inauguration of Barack Obama as the 44th president of the United States. TV and its small-screen online cousins have never provided more...
  • Online budgeting sites are bustling in this economy

    The recession has lots of people trying to live within a budget, and more of them are turning to online money-management sites to stay on track. These sites generally collect information from online bank and credit-card accounts. They update your account...
  • All the restaurant news that's fit to print

     
    Sometimes when I get back from vacation, I open my Microsoft Outlook Inbox, take a look, and feel like closing it back up, the way a surgeon must feel when he opens up a patient and finds the cancer has......
  • Top 10 Food Quotations -- With a Prize

     
    Thanks, Bucky! ELSomewhere along the way, I started jotting down quotations that stuck me as insightful or funny or potentially useful for staff meeting arguments in a little spiral-bound notebook that I carried around with me in my briefcase. Thoughts......
  • Navy QB Dobbs' hometown recognizes his key play

    Most college athletes spend their summers vacationing and preparing for the next season, very few spend it receiving a key to the city, unless you're Ricky Dobbs. Dobbs, the starting quarterback for the U.S. Naval Academy, was honored by his hometown...
  • Dixon defense outlines strategy

    Attorneys for Baltimore Mayor Sheila Dixon gave the first hints about how they will defend against charges that Dixon stole gift cards intended for needy families, arguing in documents filed this week that prosecutors will have to prove she knew the cards...
  • Turning up the heat on spam

    WASHINGTON -- Sitting in a plush leather chair in a borrowed office at George Washington University Law School, Eric Menhart seems nothing more than an ambitious, third-year law student with some impressive experience under his belt. He has interned...
  • How to outfox spam, spies

    Those irritating problems of the computer world -- spam, viruses and spyware -- continue to grow exponentially, according to a survey by Consumer Reports. Despite the first federal law regulating junk e-mail going into effect last January, spam still...
  • Tech firms, lawmakers target spam, e-mail fraud

    Marci De Vries, a Baltimore marketer, won't open her e-mail in front of clients, fearful that they'll think she's a pervert when they see some of the subject lines on her screen. Shamik Ghosh, a Laurel business developer, has to delete junk mail from his...
  • Internet giants sue over spam

    Four competing Internet powerhouses joined forces yesterday to file six lawsuits targeting spammers who have swamped the nation's personal computers with billions of cheesy come-ons for Viagra, cut-rate mortgages and porn. Officials of Microsoft, America...
  • IBM to offer a free anti-spam program

    Electronic mail promoting cut-rate Viagra or how to make big bucks working from home will get pitched right back to the senders by a free program from IBM. The program, announced yesterday, will identify computers that originate unwanted e-mail, or spam,...