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Tomas Tranströmer, Swedish poet and Nobel laureate, dies at 83

Tomas Tranströmer, a Swedish poet who received the Nobel Prize in literature in 2011 for a body of work that made him known as a “master of metaphor,” died March 26. He was 83.His death was announced on the Nobel Prize’s Web site. The announcement did not report where or how he died. Show More Summary

ifo Apple Store shuts down after 14 years

Back in 2001, Apple's retail store initiative was new, and one web site tracked every move Apple made. Now that web site is winding down. A hearty farewell to Gary Allen, who for almost the last decade and a half has reported on Apple's retail store machinations on his ifo Apple Store blog. Show More Summary

Parking Problems

I agree with the thrust of this article from the BBC's web site which suggests that far too many methadone addicts are 'parked' on the drug, but the most remarkable fact is that nobody seems to know how many users are on the programme...Show More Summary

Freedom Fighters? (08/07/14)

The Sunday Times published a chilling article the other week about the brutal killing of one Muslim by another with the murderers later posting their foul deed on YouTube and jihadist web sites. If you ask me, no one should be comparing...Show More Summary

The Best Single-Purpose Web Sites That Do Exactly What They Say They Do

Kids these days have the most convoluted web site names. Facebook? Twitter? eBay? I'm sorry, but I like my coffee black and my web sites self-explanatory. Here's a handful of actually useful web sites that do exactly what they sound like. Read more...

CBLDF: NM School Library Votes To Keep Palomar On The Shelves

Betsy Gomez has welcome news at the CBLDF web site. In February a parent in Rio Rancho was so troubled by the content of Gilbert Hernandez's Palomar, brought home by her high-school aged child that she took her concerns to a local television...Show More Summary

I’m Participating in Nerdcon: Stories This October in Minneapolis

yesterdayGenres / Sci Fi : Whatever

And what is Nerdcon: Stories? This informational video might help: There’s also this ginchy Web site, with even more information. And for those of you who stubbornly refuse to follow links, the guests (aside from me) include: John and...Show More Summary

Check Out These 4 Must-See YouTube Channels For Gay And Lesbian Parents

By Alexandra Temblador | The Next Family Every minute, 300 hours of video are uploaded to this site by more than one billion users: YouTube. YouTube was a new innovation when it hit the web in 2005, and it has grown exponentially every year. Show More Summary

US Cellular Accepting Preorders for Galaxy S6

U.S. Cellular has begun accepting preorders on its web site for the Samsung Galaxy S6. U.S. Cellular wants $199.99 for the 32 GB S6 or $299.99 for the S6 Edge, each with a two-year contract. Customers who prefer to pay over time can score the S6 for $34 per month or the S6 Edge for $39.50 per month. Show More Summary

The Deep Web Suicide Site

The deep web is not just a place for drugs and criminals. It hosts whistleblower platforms, Chinese netizens circumventing the countrys censorship Great Firewall, and a lot of other perfectly legal websitesheck, even Facebook is on it. Show More Summary

Who really needs another literary journal?

When the Los Angeles Review of Books Web site debuted in 2012, I thought it was quixotic and unnecessary, but its smart essays and elegant design immediately won me over. This month, the LARB gave birth to a literary magazine called the Offing. The first issue contains a chapter from James Hannaham’s fantastic new novel “Delicious Foods” […]

Web Snob March 27, 2015

Today's fashion news includes a new Karl Lagerfeld exhibition and the possible purchase of a major luxury e-commerce site... Read the full post Web Snob March 27, 2015 which appeared first on Snob Essentials.

Maryland Democratic Party chairwoman announces resignation

The Maryland Democratic Party Chairwoman Yvette Lewis plans to resign next Thursday so she can spend more time with her family, according to a letter posted on the party’s Web site. Lewis wrote that her father recently died and her mother is having health issues, so she needs to spend more time attending to her family. Show More Summary

Recommended from Around the Web (Week Ending March 28, 2015)

A roundup of the most interesting stories from other sites, collected by the staff at MIT Technology Review. The Taming of Tech Criticism Evgeny Morozov points out the essential conservatism at the heart of most technology criticism. —Brian Bergstein, deputy editor

College Activist Buys Antigay Politician’s Web Domain, Turns It Into LGBT Equality Site

2 days agoLGBT / Gay : Queerty

Last month we heard about a pair of self-described “high-tech bears” who bought the domain to educate people on LGBT issues, and it appears they may have started a trend. Dylan Hailey, a 21-year-old college junior, noticed earlier this month that antigay Republican Idaho state representative Paul Shepherd’s web domain was due for renewal. Hailey did […]

The Best WordPress Plugins for SEO, Social And CRO in 2015

In spite of WordPress getting some flak in recent times, one can’t deny that the platform is still huge. With more than 74 million web sites using WordPress, it’s only to be expected that developers continue to focus on making plugins for the platform. Show More Summary

HTC to Sell One M9 March 27 for $649, Carriers April 10

HTC will make the One M9 available for purchase on its web site beginning Friday, March 27 for $649. Carrier and major retailer sales of the device will kick off on or about April 10. HTC will be offering an unlocked version of the One M9, which supports the LTE networks operated by AT&T and T-Mobile, in addition to major carrier models. Show More Summary

The Web’s Biggest Black Market Mysteriously Disappeared. Was It a Plan to Scam Users?

This post originally appeared on WIRED. In the 18 months since the Silk Road online black market for narcotics was taken down by a swarm of three-letter agencies, a site known as Evolution has taken its place at the top of the dark Web drug trade. Show More Summary

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