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  • Hallmark shop fades into history

    Hallmark shop fades into history
    I noticed when I shopped for Valentine's Day cards that the supply at my local Hallmark store was woefully thin. I chalked that up to my own procrastinating.
  • By fumbling the healthcare website, Obama disappoints

    By fumbling the healthcare website, Obama disappoints
    He's supposed to be the technology president, propelled into office by his team's expertise in social media, Internet tracking and online fundraising. Today, he looks like the fumbler-in-chief, clueless and groveling. It's hard to miss the irony as...

    'Sharing economy' is here to stay, so get used to it

    'Sharing economy' is here to stay, so get used to it
    Add these personality quirks to the qualities that mark you as a social dinosaur: You're not comfortable renting out a room in your house or turning over the keys to your car for hours or days at a time to total strangers. When you travel you prefer...

    Tired of cable TV disputes, bills? More are cutting the cord

    Tired of cable TV disputes, bills? More are cutting the cord
    A lot of people are sick of the money-grubbing spat between Time Warner Cable and CBS, which has resulted in CBS, Showtime and other channels being unavailable to the cable company's subscribers since Aug. 2. For Alan Ehrlich, this was the last straw....

    Washington Post buy: Can Jeff Bezos fix newspapers' business model?

    Washington Post buy: Can Jeff Bezos fix newspapers' business model?
    The definitive line about a newspaper's public mission came, as it happens, from Hollywood. In Orson Welles' classic "Citizen Kane," the title character, his newspaper empire in tatters, is asked by Walter Thatcher, the film's stand-in for J.P. Morgan,...