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Simple Text Message Leads to Marriage

After a night out with friends, David Brown, an Englishman, woke up with a series of random numbers on his mind. After much internal debate as to why ...


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The Reality of Violent Video Games

Forgive me, for I have killed.

I have used swords and shotguns, handguns and grenades. I have shot, stabbed, and bludgeoned. I have crushed skulls with ...


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House for Sale with Bride Included

Deborah Hale wants to sell her home—and she's willing to cut a deal that includes herself as part of the transaction. At 48, the Albuquerque ...


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Man Dies After 50 Hours of Video Games

That's when Lee sat down at a local Internet café in the southern city of Taegu. He logged in on Wednesday, August 3, and spent the next three ...


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Internet Exhibitionists Hunger for Attention

The Internet provides opportunity for people to put themselves on display—and they do in a variety of ways. At one site alone, over four million people ...


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Thousands Addicted to Online Pornography

Hundreds of thousands of Internet users show compulsion for porn sites, X-rated chat rooms, or other sexual materials online. In one of the first studies ...


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Internet Pornography

What makes sex online far more compelling than any shrink-wrapped smut [is] instant gratification in endless variety—you never get to the end of ...


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More Than Hardware

The visionaries of the electronic age have tended to only look at what it is possible for the new Age of Information to bring us, not what the probable ...


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Words Worth Remembering?

Consider this paradox: Almost everything that is publicly said these days is recorded. Almost nothing of what is said is worth remembering.


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The Answer to Television

The answer [to television] is not censorship, but more citizenship in the corporate boardroom and more active families who will turn off the trash, boycott ...


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