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Observations from Jamie DeLoma, journalist and computer nerd
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Well-known virtual shop to be shuttered

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Physical storefronts aren’t the only places be shuttered this year. A well-known virtual one is closing its digital windows on Aug. 1. [Read More]

Press, public connect on social media during storm

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As Thursday’s storm ravaged Southern Connecticut, the news media joined forces with the public to tell an effective and dynamic story. [Read More]

Zombies are invading Newsweek

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Newsweek has been invaded by an army of zombies — or more likely geeks. [Read More]

Technology helps area musician record, share soothing sounds

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Technology is music to one area musician’s ears. [Read More]

Google allows users to show off their bling — or loved ones

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Google has been giving users the information they craved since iGoogle’s debut half a decade ago. And now they are preparing to take it a step further. [Read More]

And the world gets a little bit smaller

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The twitterverse is on the verge of getting a whole lot smaller — that is, if a report posted Wednesday night on TechCrunch is correct. [Read More]

‘Incredible’ lives up to the name

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Tech Talk recently had the opportunity to take the HTC Incredible for a drive — and was blown away. [Read More]

Social networks and news: Where’s the line?

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As an increasing number of news organizations join social networks, it is important to ask: Are the rules different for what one should disseminate on air, in print or on their websites versus on Twitter or Facebook. [Read More]

Teen treks to N. Pole to raise awareness, earn Foursquare badge

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Parker Liautaud, with help from the General Electric Co., is going to the top of the world to raise awareness about environmental issues facing our planet — and to encourage young people to get involved in working toward solutions. [Read More]

Always assume you don’t have privacy online

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When you enter information online, it is always best to assume it will be compromised — particularly on unsecure Web sites, like Facebook. [Read More]