Engagement Photos on Flickr

Estella and I bought the print release for our engagement photos and have uploaded them to Flickr.

Don’t Throw Out Your Broken iPod; Fix It via the Web

Gadget-fixing is adapting to the modern era. Web sites can help users find and share solutions that can save a device from the landfill.

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NPR : Pittsburgh Still a Player in Steel Industry

Morning Edition, December 19, 2007 · One fact people seem to know about Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania is that it used to be a big steel town. The huge steel mills that used to line the Alleghany and Monongahela Rivers are gone, as are their tall belching smokestacks. But the steel industry isn’t exactly dead. It exists […]

A Bundle of Joy Isn’t Enough?

Giving birth may be its own reward, but today many new mothers are likely to want some sort of tangible bonus as well.

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Postpartum Impression

Under the French health-care system, routine care for new mothers includes an astonishing perk: perineal re-education, which can also be described as making mothers as good as new.

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Onscreen Villain Makes Doctors Wince

A new movie brings anesthesia awareness, a rare phenomenon that doctors are still struggling to understand, to life.

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And for Sports, Kid, Put Down ‘Squash’

YOU’VE already enrolled your teenagers in advanced-placement Mandarin, retained a $9,000-a-year college admissions consultant to help refine their applications, and sent them off to Kyrgyzstan to dig irrigation ditches for the summer. Still, there’s no guarantee that they’ll get into an Ivy League university. What are you going to do?

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Cracking the Code to the Memory Vault

Sticky notes, mnemonics and other tips for the forgetful.

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Mothers ‘are happier’ having job

Working women with children are significantly happier than stay-at-home mothers, regardless of how many hours they work, a survey has said.

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NPR : Airline Passengers May Soon Check E-Mails in Air

Morning Edition, December 10, 2007 · JetBlue is poised to become the first U.S. airline to test in-flight Internet service. They’re testing one plane that allows access to Yahoo e-mail and instant messaging, plus some BlackBerry access.

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