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A Good IT Person Needs To Be Half Technologist, Half Psychologist
Your doctor and lawyer may know a lot about you. But in a time when we are using computers to socialize, keep track of finances, do work and store family photos your IT person probably knows more.
As Museums Try To Make Ends Meet, 'Deaccession' Is The Art World's Dirty Word
Deaccessioning is the permanent removal of an object from a museum's collection. And there are a lot of rules surrounding it — for one, selling art to pay off debt will get you in big trouble.
After Factory Layoffs, Struggling To Stay On The Economic Ladder
Lynn Eldredge has had six different jobs since he was laid off from a tractor manufacturer in 2000. Fourteen years later, he makes the same amount of money at his current job that he did back then.
Nuclear 'Command And Control': A History Of False Alarms And Near Catastrophes
Eric Schlosser, author of Fast Food Nation, spent six years researching America's nuclear weapons. In Command and Control, he details explosions, false attack alerts and accidentally dropped bombs.
At 74, Outlaw Billy Joe Shaver Is Still An Outlier
Billie Joe Shaver has just released his first new studio album in six years, called Long in the Tooth.
Sweden's Really Old Eel Dies
The 155-year-old eel died at home, in a well in the small fishing village where he'd been living since 1859.
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