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Gary Chapman, a visionary thinker on the impact of technology and computers on society who helped shape the study of the field as it became a force in modern life, has died. He was 58. Chapman, who was a professor at the University of Texas at Austin,...
Contributing WriterWith cell phone companies competing for our business, smartphones are becoming a more affordable option for many people. We recently took advantage of a great upgrade offer and got an iphone. That opens so many new ways to save money, get work done...
Our home base is Woodstock, Marengo and Union, Illinois. Our group of 15 to 20 members has been meeting for 20-plus years. We meet the fourth Thursday of the month, and each member is assigned one meeting per year The hostess chooses the book for the...
Music Waynesburg Pentecostal Church — 7 p.m. today, the church will have a benefit singing. Proceeds will go to the building fund. The Allen Family will sing. For more information, call Mike DIxon at (502) 507-7850. Willow Grove Baptist...
Do you feel appreciated at the office? Does your boss or co-worker give you encouragement and make you feel empowered? Do you, in turn, make encouraging others part of your workday? If you answered "no," a new language might help. Paul White, a...
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There was an electric, distinctly urban feeling lurking up and down Hartford’s Broad Street on the drive south toward the Frog Hollow neighborhood. The Earth Trio, a group of players associated with the Hartford Symphony Orchestra, was camped out at...
Daily PressNon-apologies are the worst. Those half-hearted, manufactured statements that include words like "but" or "if" never quite feel genuine to the person on the receiving end. It's often hard to swallow that pride and offer a sincere "I'm sorry," but the...
Tribune staff reporter2½ stars (out of four) Feathers fly in "Valiant," Vanguard Animation's debut film about the dangerous missions of carrier pigeons during World War II. It's perhaps the first animated kids' film that can claim to be "based on a true story." In a...
Times Staff WriterI'm pretty sure that the point of computer-generated animation is not to make the audience feel as though it's been trapped inside a large plastic box for an hour and a half, but given how often I stumble out of theaters gasping for air lately, it seems...
The Hartford CourantHolly Piirainen was your typical preteen. She had a slumber party on her 10th birthday, thought "The Simpsons" was cool and loved puppies. It was the prospect of seeing a litter of newborn pups at a nearby cottage that lured Holly away from her...
ASTON MAGNA FESTIVAL July 6 - Works of Mozart and Haydn. Nancy Armstrong, soprano; Peter Sykes, keyboard. July 13 - Works of J.S. Bach and Vivaldi. Sharon Baker, soprano, and Stephen Hammer, soloist, joined by instrumental ensemble led by violinist...
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