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  • Game cash: the current economics of buying, selling and renting

    Game cash: the current economics of buying, selling and renting
    Even if the rumors about the next-generation consoles not supporting used games are false, we appear to be entering a problematic stage in physical videogame media. The growing ease of digital distribution as well as mandatory online passes and DRM have...
  • Phelps never bigger; test of time looms

    Phelps never bigger; test of time looms
    It's easy to feel awed when you're watching history unfold. Michael Phelps has reminded us of that so many times this week, stringing together seven remarkable races that have been thrilling, entertaining and nerve-racking. What's less easy is putting it...
  • Phelps trading cards, memorabilia bring high prices

    Michael Phelps' remarkable Beijing performance will certainly bring riches his way, but it is also putting money in the pockets of collectors who snapped up Phelps memorabilia before the Olympics. The hottest item is a 2004 Donruss trading card that...
  • Newspapers sell out of historic editions

    Newsstands from Seattle to New York quickly sold out of yesterday's papers declaring Barack Obama the nation's first black president, as some jubilant customers picked up two, three or even 30 copies as keepsakes. The Baltimore Sun, The New York Times...
  • Michael Phelps trading card takes off

     
    Michael Phelps' eight gold medals will provide any number of marketing opportunities for the Olympic superstar and commercial entities that are along for the ride. Bu there's been one avenue for just average fans to try to cash in on Phelps-mania......
  • How to make lunch

     
    For someone who says he knows nothing about food, I think our friend Bucky is progressing nicely. In today's bit of culinary nostalgia, our guest poster from the big rectangular state out West even gives us a recipe. ELWhich is......
  • Sheepish about pizza

     
    Bless me, father, for I have sinned. It's a Friday in Lent and I just ate meat.I didn't mean to do it. I packed a vegetarian lunch -- a veggie quinoa dish I'd made for a food section story on......
  • brique opens for lunch -- or -- Brique opens for lunch

     
    Here's a grammar question for the ever-erudite Sandbox: If a proper noun begins with a lower-case letter -- eBay, for example -- do you capitalize it when it starts a sentence? Is it: "eBay announced the sale of Sheila Dixon's......
  • 8 Hillsyde Court, Cockeysville, MD 21030

    8 Hillsyde Court, Cockeysville, MD 21030
    On May 21st, 2010, Mark Lavelle sold his home at 8 Hillsyde Court in Cockeysville, Md., to Carroll K. McGill. The home was sold for for $1,187,500. Mark Lavelle is co-founder and Vice President of Corporate Development for Bill Me Later, a PayPal company...
  • Laura Vozzella: Dixon leaves City Hall as the giver who just plain keeps on giving

    Politicians everywhere get sold to the highest bidder. In Baltimore their coats do, too. Sheila Dixon's furs are bound for eBay. Prosecutors said they will auction off the burnt umber mink and Persian lamb coats that the mayor purchased, in part, with...
  • 6 Seaberry Court, Lutherville-Timonium, MD 21093

    6 Seaberry Court, Lutherville-Timonium, MD 21093
    On March 8th, 2010, John Black sold his 4 bedroom, 3 bath residence at 6 Seaberry Court in Lutherville- Timonium, Maryland, to Vincent Talbert. Mr. Talbert and his wife Deborah purchased the home for $759,900. Vincent Talbert is the Vice President of...
  • 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...