Archive for March 17th, 2011

New York Times announces App Store, Web subscriptions (Macworld)

March 17, 2011
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New York Times announces App Store, Web subscriptions 
    (Macworld)

More than a year ago, The New York Times announced that 2011 would be The Year of the Paywall for its content, but details like pricing and exactly which content the wall would affect were scarce—until Thursday.
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Pixelate 2.0 includes new effects, panning and zooming (Macworld)

March 17, 2011
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Pixelate 2.0 includes new effects, panning and zooming 
    (Macworld)

Trying to picture what a wall would look like in a certain color or your favorite end table in a darker shade of stain can make your brain hurt.
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How the major stock indexes fared Thursday (AP)

March 17, 2011
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How the major stock indexes fared Thursday 
    (AP)

Signs that the U.S. economy is improving helped investors put aside fears over Japan’s nuclear crisis Thursday, if only temporarily. A gauge of manufacturing in the mid-Atlantic region jumped in February to the highest point since January 1984. All 10 company groups in the S&P 500 index rose.
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Wall Street rebounds but light volume a worry (Reuters)

March 17, 2011
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Wall Street rebounds but light volume a worry 
    (Reuters)

NEW YORK (Reuters) – Wall Street rebounded after three days of declines on Thursday, but the advance could be temporary as concerns about Japan’s nuclear crisis persisted.
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The CAGED Guitar System Revisited

March 17, 2011
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The CAGED Guitar System Revisited

It was the summer of 1965 and I was staying with my uncle in the East Central town of Laurel, Mississippi. I was probably around fifteen years old at the time and very interested in learning the guitar. So, I headed downtown, found a local instructor, and began my first lessons. Realizing that I...
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A note on Songwriting contest

March 17, 2011
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A note on Songwriting contest

A songwriting contest is basically a contest in which people submit their songs to be evaluated by judges. The winners are usually rewarded with prizes such as cash, gifts or even contracts with music recording companies. It is a great way of making a start in the song writing carrier. These contests do not...
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WWE News And Rumors For March 17, 2011

March 17, 2011
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WWE News And Rumors For March 17, 2011

WWE News And Rumors For March 17, 2011 By The Reporter / WrestleSite.com
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iPad 2: Sold Out and Selling for $13,500 on eBay (PC World)

March 17, 2011
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iPad 2: Sold Out and Selling for $13,500 on eBay 
    (PC World)

What’s that? You didn’t manage to pick up an iPad 2 last weekend? Don’t worry, I have a solution for you: pick one up for $4000 on eBay UK. What? You live in the U.S.? Even better–you can pick one up for only three times that price: $13,500.
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Less Expensive Wi-Fi Motorola Xoom Still Won’t Trump iPad 2 (PC World)

March 17, 2011
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Less Expensive Wi-Fi Motorola Xoom Still Won’t Trump iPad 2 
    (PC World)

The good news is that the 3G-less Xoom will be available from March 27 and will cost $599, a price match to the equivalent iPad 2. The bad news is that Motorola still hasn’t fixed some of the issues with the Xoom, and the 3G version still costs more than the equivalent iPad.
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Stocks rebound on drop in unemployment claims (AP)

March 17, 2011
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Stocks rebound on drop in unemployment claims 
    (AP)

NEW YORK – Stocks rose Thursday, a day after suffering their worst losses in seven months.
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