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Is chivalry dead? Technology twists the wedding proposalupdated: Wed Jul 28 2010 13:07:00

In decades past, your grandfather may have taken granny to the park, got down on one knee and proposed to her, with a sparkling ring in hand.

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It's your birthday. And thanks to your Facebook profile, everybody knows that. Your wall fills up with well wishes from hundreds of "friends."

CNNMoney: Comcast reacts to Net neutrality proposalsupdated: Tue Sep 22 2009 11:03:00

Federal Communications Commission Chairman Julius Genachowski outlined two new principles Monday that represent big steps toward net neutrality -- prompting a plethora of online reaction.

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You're delayed at the airport. It's going to be hours before the airline can get you on another flight. You log onto your computer and answer your e-mails. You surf the Web for a while. You're still waiting. This is taking way too long.

Big business for shortened linksupdated: Thu Aug 06 2009 00:21:00

On the surface, a fast-growing service called Bit.ly performs a small task: it shortens URLs.

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