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My View: Are electronic media making us less (or more) literate?updated: Wed Feb 01 2012 10:51:00

Editor's Note: Kathleen Fitzpatrick is director of scholarly communication at the Modern Language Association. She is the author of "Planned Obsolescence: Publishing, Technology, and the Future of the Academy" and author of the blog Planned Obsolescence.

How art propels Occupy Wall Street updated: Fri Nov 04 2011 13:38:00

Art has emerged as a major vehicle for expressing the Occupy Wall Street movement.

Why men are in troubleupdated: Tue Oct 04 2011 10:26:00

For the first time in history, women are better educated, more ambitious and arguably more successful than men.

People.com: Maria Shriver Spends Memorial Day Weekend at Beach with Kidsupdated: Tue May 31 2011 10:10:00

"We don't know what is going on inside of most people," she Tweeted

Plato: Town at the center of Americaupdated: Thu May 19 2011 10:45:00

If you stand at the intersection of two wooded cattle trails on Bob Hartzog's land, beneath a particular cedar tree with a handkerchief and three pieces of orange plastic tied to it, you'll find the unexpected "population center" of the United States of America, marked with a pile of stones.

Atlantis to Eden: 5 fantasy islands that really exist (sort of)updated: Thu Feb 17 2011 11:50:00

An advanced city submerged under sea; an ancient garden paradise bearing a tree of knowledge; an island of bird-women seductresses -- the stuff of pure fiction. Or perhaps not?

Book helps rediscover murdered Hollywood starupdated: Thu Dec 23 2010 08:57:00

Sal Mineo never had a second act to his career. Death deprived him of the chance.

10 things you didn't know about soundupdated: Sun Oct 10 2010 13:00:00

Most of us have become so used to suppressing noise that we don't think much about what we're hearing, or about how we listen. Yet our well-being is now being seriously damaged by modern sound. Here are 10 things about sound and health that you may not know:

SI.com: Father's Day Memories: Jon Wertheimupdated: Sun Jun 20 2010 10:44:00

As a child growing up in Bloomington, Ind., one of the first lessons I learned was that a prerequisite to any base level of social acceptance was a fluency in the lingua franca, Indiana basketball. I took this to heart at an early age. Like most everyone, and for as long as I can remember, I've followed the Hoosiers with a passion that approaches religion.

Father finishes son's memoirsupdated: Thu Sep 17 2009 07:04:00

A loving father finishes his son's memoirs, a U.S. soldier in Iraq who was shot and killed by sniper fire.

Flooding leaves 50,000 homeless in Colombiaupdated: Mon Dec 15 2008 13:36:00

More than 50,000 residents of northern Colombia remained homeless Monday after the rain-swollen Magdalena River broke through dikes and flooded towns and surrounding areas.

Time.com: Christians Wrong About Heaven, Says Bishop
updated: Thu Feb 07 2008 12:00:00

Q&A: The Anglican Bishop of Durham argues that Biblical teaching on the afterlife has been distorted

Mainland Greece's top stopsupdated: Mon Nov 05 2007 13:49:00

I was in Athens, on a rooftop restaurant under a floodlit Acropolis, marveling at how a Greek salad never gets boring. It was the last day of a trip I enjoyed with my wife Anne. I was reviewing, as I always do after completing an itinerary, how effectively our time was spent. We had kept our focus more on seeing historic sights on the mainland rather than luxuriating on Aegean Islands. Given that focus, here are the top 10 stops -- in itinerary order -- that make what I consider the best two weeks Greece has to offer:

Diamond phone has more bling than ringupdated: Fri Sep 01 2006 11:19:00

A Russian businessman has bought what is believed to be the world's most expensive cell phone.

Michigan State's cure for summertime bluesupdated: Thu Jul 01 2004 06:51:00

At a time when many Michigan students are struggling to find one decent-paying summer job, Emily Ketterer recently quit two.

CNNMoney: Romantic getaways: Tucsonupdated: Wed Jan 28 2004 16:45:00

It may be worth postponing Valentine's Day for a visit to the Sonoran southwest.

Fortune: Dunkin' Donuts Redux If you were to go back to your first job, what would be different? FORTUNE's Cait Murphy finds out.updated: Mon Oct 01 2001 00:01:00

Over the last quarter century, various jobs have required me to cash welfare checks in Connecticut, clean dishes in Massachusetts, type obituaries in Vermont, buy tattoo designs in Hong Kong, and p...

Fortune: Why Wall Street's Buying Wal-Mart Again Seemingly lost for the past five years, the Bentonville boys have recovered some of thatupdated: Mon Feb 16 1998 00:01:00

When Houston's Dennis Plato visits the giant new Wal-Mart near his home, he tries to stick to his shopping list. But he can't always help himself. For example, when he recently stopped in to buy gr...

Fortune: EGGHEAD BLUESupdated: Mon Jan 13 1997 00:01:00

When you think of people chronically unable to find work--those still jobless after 26 weeks on unemployment insurance--who comes to mind? High school dropouts, maybe? Think again. A study by Bard ...

Fortune: Addicts in high places, how to order seafood, the disadvantage advantage, and other matters. GREAT MOMENTS IN HIGHER EDUCATIONupdated: Mon Mar 07 1994 00:01:00

Madonna may not seem like she belongs in the same halls as Shakespeare and Plato, but in recent years she has become one of the hottest items in academia. In classrooms from Houston to New York and...

Money Magazine: what we learned FRESHMAN YEARupdated: Mon Sep 07 1992 00:01:00

Yes, we read the right books, we talked to alumni, we visited; so we were pretty confident that we knew what was in store for Max in his freshman year at the University of Texas at Austin. After al...

Fortune: BEYOND THE END OF HISTORY? Ever wonder where humanity came from, where it's going, why communism failed -- and what Hegel was alupdated: Mon Feb 24 1992 00:01:00

Essays on the philosophy of history don't usually cause much of a stir among politicians and journalists. But when Francis Fukuyama's article ''The End of History?'' appeared in The National Intere...

Fortune: LET THEM EAT BREADupdated: Mon Sep 24 1990 00:01:00

''You could call this the Marie Antoinette school of management,'' says leading compensation expert Graef S. Crystal. The Berkeley professor has discovered a growing gap between the pay of CEOs wit...

Fortune: ATTENTION CLASS! TRADER ETHICS 101updated: Mon May 07 1990 00:01:00

The Chicago Mercantile Exchange has ordered its 2,500 members -- including the 24 indicted last year after a two-year FBI investigation into fraud in the trading pits -- to attend a two-hour lesson...

Money Magazine: SOFTWARE, WRIT LARGEupdated: Mon Apr 11 1988 00:01:00

WHEN FAILING HEALTH forced journalist I.F. Stone, 80, to stop publication of his feisty political newsletter 17 years ago, he turned to a lifelong dream: He taught himself classical Greek so he'd b...

Fortune: The Big Apple's Last Taboo, Where Castro Does Better Than Reagan, A Himalayan Deficit, and Other Matters.updated: Mon Jan 06 1986 00:01:00

The Ultimate Crime in Gotham Amazing city, New York. Fantastic sophistication. Incredible aplomb about every crisis. Well, almost every crisis. Our latest political entertainment here in the Big Ap...

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