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Monday, Dec. 15, 2008
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Today's top stories...
IE attacks on the rise
National free broadband controversial
What happened to net neutrality?
Bush’s library gets its name back
Survey: Internet trumps sex
Finding the right touch screen
Software may help you with your tasks
Keep in touch with a wiki
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• Video of the Day: Homelessness crushes people’s self-worth. How does one get it back? Cancer survivor Peter Phelps has found a way.
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• Digital Minute, on your radio: It's no secret. Newspapers across the country are floundering. But can new technology really save them?
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• Tip on the site: You could save on a computer by buying one used. But is that a good idea? Price isn't the only thing to be concerned about.
There's more below, but first a word from us...
Preparing for a disaster
Seven tips for better Christmas photos
See you tomorrow!
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