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Without even knowing it, these lucky learners are receiving lessons in chemistry, probability, AND malevolence! Read more»

Public notices in the July 7, 1802 edition of the Massachusetts Spy.

In a digital age, should Arizona taxpayers have to continue covering the cost of publishing public notices in newspapers? Read more»

My mother is my Facebook friend. I know a lot of people my age simply don’t let their family members befriend them on Facebook. Read more» 2

Mexico has racked up its fair share of menacingly named outlaws in a three-year drug war: the Zetas, Aztecas and Panthers. Now, if the government gets its way, another name will also make the wanted list: los Twitteros. Read more»

The announcement of the iPad lead to a heavy flow of humor online. Great minds must think alike. Read more» 1

A new iphone app - SeeClickFix+ - may help smooth your morning commute. The launch of a local hazard tracker will speed pothole repair, says the city. Read more» 2

If the techie in your life is tipping the barrista a little less than usual lately, you can blame it on Apple's announcement Wednesday of the iPad. Read more» 5

Here's the latest chatter about the supply chain of the coming Apple gadget — if it really exists Read more»

Why feel the need to invest in an expensive mp3 player when you can pick up a talking, singing, footstep-measuring minstrel at most major retailers? And if you find one that speaks in an Elizabethan dialect, all the better! Read more»

Text 'Hait' to 90999 to donate $10 to Red Cross Haiti relief.

As a planet, we have become remarkably adept at response to natural disasters. Not only are nations pooling resources to work together to search, rescue, recover and rebuild, but we are doing so faster than ever before with greater success. Leave it to the technology geeks to further optimize that process. Read more»

After days of circumspect near-silence amid an international debate on Chinese censorship and surveillance that began more than a week ago when Google threatened to quit its operations here, China came out swinging Friday. Read more»

Here's your chance to take our story comment tools for a test drive. Check out the Live Preview, quoting and reply features, and more! Read more» 8

The script for an interesting new technology soap opera is writing itself in real-time. Read more»

With all the conveniences that cellular technology has given us, few care that it's also fashioned a very stylish leash. There aren't many times these days when a soul can simply get away and say to the world, "Leave me alone!" We're always expected to be available. That being said, nobody should treat his or her partner like the schmuck in this cartoon. Read more»

Researchers at Black Point Lava Flow two hours north of Flagstaff watch a demonstration of a chariot designed to carry a Lunar Electric Rover and cargo. Arizona’s landscapes and geology helped train astronauts for the first moon missions. With NASA eying a return to the moon, a NASA official says the state’s role as a research leader means Arizona will have an even bigger role this time around.

As NASA plans for the next U.S. footprints on the moon and eventually its first on Mars, Arizona’s evolution into a center of space research means it will have a role even bigger than just a place to study geology. Read more»

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