It’s not every day you see a 6-foot man shove a librarian so hard her glasses fall off.Archived | Dec 14, 2005 (~1335 Words)
Rachel Montross completed her graduate studies in journalism from New York University in December 2005. She is originally from Sturbridge, Massachusetts, and received her bachelor’s degree in International Relations from Brown University in 2000.
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Whether they’re scrambling to find eggnog for a last-minute shopper, parking cars for holiday sightseers or fighting fires for someone who left the space heater on, for many New Yorkers, Christmas is just another working day.Archived | Dec 6, 2005 (~832 Words)
Kelly, a 27-year-old newspaper editor in Pennsylvania, began her blog as a kind of online diary. But then people started visiting her blog and commenting on it. Now, she receives about 700 hits a day. She is one of the thousands of Internet users in America who blog. Still, only a third of adult Internet users have a good idea of what “blog” actually means, according to a Pew Internet & American Life Project report.Archived | Nov 28, 2005 (~1093 Words)
Peter Warrington wore out his computer keypad almost as much as his sneakers while preparing for his first New York City Marathon.
Instead of measuring his training route with a car’s odometer, Warrington, a 23-year-old software engineer from Boston, simply logged on to Google.
Byron Reese, a 36-year-old entrepreneur from Texas, created the Happy News Web site in response to people telling him they were tired of hearing only negative news.
Feedback has surpassed his expectations.Archived | Oct 24, 2005 (~942 Words)
College students have always tried to make their first home-away-from-home more comfortable, but now they are taking dorm décor to a new level.
Home furnishing companies are ready to help.Archived | Oct 5, 2005 (~704 Words)