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Reader Input: Unaware he’s living in Utopia
Tuesday Sep 09 2014
In response to Ron Lowe’s letter of Sept. 7, “Politicians say we’re tanking”: Sigmund Freud’s theory of dreams suggested that dreams were a represen ...
Reader input: We need a cure for stupid
Sunday Jun 08 2014
How interesting in reading about the driverless cars Google is planning. No gas pedal, no steering wheel. Sounds like a drone on wheels with two people riding in it. Will these car ...
Abandoned in 1949, sisters find each other
Thursday Feb 20 2014
Returning to her Cloverdale, Ore., home after going out for shopping and dinner, Ann Bodyfelt spotted the red light on her phone’s answering machine. The message it was sig ...
Smart car stuff of nightmares
Thursday Jun 21 2012
I have recently been reading about ?driverless? cars. Computers will be driving the car. Then the driver can just sit behind the wheel and talk on the cell phone or text or work on ...
The Technovore: Tablet computing a fixture of commerce, entertainment
Friday Feb 17 2012
I have yet to tap its full potential, but the iPad 2 The Technovore found under the tree in 2011 has been getting a lot of use lately. And I’m not the only one. The rest of the ...
Our View: When trimming cost, schools are not ‘fat’
Thursday Feb 17 2011
Earlier this week the Journal profiled some of the exciting high-tech learning opportunities at Placer Union high schools. Placer High School offers classes in mechatronics and ad ...
Another View: Proposition 23 is a job killer
Friday Aug 06 2010
The Golden State is the runaway leader in the transition to the new clean tech economy. When we passed a law four years ago — AB 32 — with bi-partisan support from business, la ...
Wal-Mart simply ‘doesn’t fit’
Monday May 03 2010
The proposed Bohemia building is 155,000 square-feet. The average Wal-Mart is 108,000 square-feet. Now go online to Google maps and look at the Wal-Mart Supercenter Store No. 1988 ...
Read Bohemia EIR online
Tuesday Apr 20 2010
The Bohemia Retail Project Environmental Impact Report (draft) is 1,800 pages of legal jargon. Reading it is time-consuming and mind-numbing, but sometimes informative. For instan ...
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