Van de Putte changes her story
gave the lieutenant governor a different account of the alleged incident.
"Her version of the purported encounter in the Senate lounge was
significantly different than what appeared in the San Antonio Express-News,"
study finds social rejection really hurts
The brain scans reveal that two of the same brain regions that are activated
by physical pain are also activated by social exclusion.
hacks into brokerage account
"..arrested yesterday on charges of hacking into someone else's online
brokerage account and sticking him with an investment loss of more than
stab at trustworthy computing
Microsoft once again is telling us something we already
know: The 90 percent of computer users who use the company's software
are sitting ducks for a rogue's gallery of viruses, worms, Trojan horses
and an array of other malicious hacker tools.
software gains power, raises privacy concerns
promises to let buyers "Spy on anyone by sending them an e-mail greeting
has made the first Laser Plane
a small-scale aircraft that flies solely by means of propulsive power
delivered by an invisible, ground-based laser. The laser tracks the
aircraft in flight, directing its energy beam at specially designed
photovoltaic cells carried onboard to power the plane's propeller."
cop knocks out cripple in strip club
copy protection scheme defeated by shift key
"..Music retailers praised the [software] release,
which BMG touted as a breakthrough in the industry's efforts to prevent
music piracy." COMMENTARY
shifts to courtroom
"SunnComm Technologies said it would sue ... over
the paper, which said SunnComm's ... software could be blocked..."
screeners were given test answers
New York airport baggage screeners were fed answers to
written tests and were not asked to identify bombs, guns or other dangerous
objects in carry-on luggage, a homeland security official said yesterday.
relaxes TV rules on use of F word
91, pleads guilty to robbery of Abilene bank
tiger distracted by woman's big hair?
cat became fascinated and distracted by woman with a big
hairdo in the front row. Instead of Montecore going down facing
forward with Roy, he did a 90-degree turn and faced sideways towards the
woman with the big hairdo."
think I did pretty good. But I don't know where I'm supposed to turn,
people really excited to drive for first time
"I could hardly sleep last night, thinking of this.
It was like Christmas," says Kasey Cannon, 25, one of 20 students
of the Colorado Center for the Blind who took driving lessons at MasterDrive
has Kobe-free newspaper
Aspen Daily News Owner Dave Danforth leveled sharp criticism at his newsroom
Thursday, the day staffers ran a front-page editorial announcing they
were putting a stop to the newspaper's coverage of the Kobe Bryant sexual
secrecy, China finally confirms manned flight next week
amateurish at setting up agent Plame's cover business?
"At the least, a dummy company ought to create
the appearance of activity, with an office and a valid mailing address,
he said. "A cover that falls apart on first inspection isn't very
good. What you want is a cover that actually holds up... and this one
The 2004 political calendar is front-loaded with key presidential primaries.
This means the Democratic candidate for president could be decided by
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