Driven by misgivings about how tap water is treated, start-ups are turning to springs and the air for purer sources - and drawing an elite audience.
This is extremely long and probably only of interest to indie authors, but it does impact readers who shop Amazon, so I'm putting it here for anyone. Not many readers (who aren't also a
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Not saying that it won't happen, or that it can't happen, just that it hasn't happened yet, so if a young looking blond TechCruncher in a pushup bra friends you on Facebook, beware. "TechCrunch employee" Rani Girard is apparently going around friending guys in the tech community for well, reason
The veteran technology commentator argues that a better understanding of how we connect our attention and intentions online can help individuals and society.
For weeks, journalists, bloggers, and human rights advocates have been trying to track down a "disappeared" mideast blogger named Amina, who identified herself on her blog as a "Gay Girl from Damascus." The journal purported to chronicle "an out Syrian lesbian's thoughts on life, the universe and so on." Well, not so much. After she