They say you get out of it what you put into it. And they say it will be over in no time. They were right.
iWant…iNeed..an iPad? Not so fast. If Apple loses the e-book lawsuit vs. the Department of Justice for alleged price fixing, Amazon will be left in complete control of the electronic- book publishing industry. For the every day person, this might not be anything more than two leading affiliates of the electronic industry, Apple and Amazon, butting heads in a competition war.
Harrisburg officials recently implemented a “gun buyback program.” The program will offer those who turn in a person carrying an illegal weapon with a sum of money. The city Mayor Linda Thompson has long been under scrutiny for controversial decisions, specifically regarding financial plans.
Safety runs much deeper than the availability of police and the accessibility to emergency services.
Gas prices and fluctuating unemployment rates are sheer reminders that though we are not in a better economy, we are facing a new one.
Many employers are now entering the new “trend” of requesting Facebook passwords from applicants.
If the latest reports are true, it appears there may be another “meatball” joining the “Jersey Shore” family tree.
With the recent Dow Jones boost, one may assume that our nation’s economic crisis is finally beginning to gain some stability.
Death makes headlines. Naturally, it becomes a newsworthy topic when a top celebrity dies because it is simply “interesting.” It is interesting how and why he or she did.
From chocolate to alcohol, nail biting to tanning, habits both good and bad are spread widely among us.