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The times they have a-changed

Take a tablet

It’s scary, but like a lot of our revolutionary technologies – computer voice recognition, light-based processors, and hands-free communication devices to name just a few – the tablet PC was born in the Star Trek universe.

Heritage, literature and who we are

The land between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers is said to be the cradle of civilization. Archeologists have found evidence that man gathered in cities, hunted, traded and prospered in this area that is now part of Iraq more than 7,000 years ago.
Warren Miller

Warren Miller

All good things must come to an end

The Us Festival

I don’t know if the silver, latex-skinned alien on stilts with the bikini-clad, flame-thrower-armed sidekick is going to appear at the World Ski and Snowboard Festival’s Big Air competition this year.

Happy 30th, jerk

April 3 rd came and went, and I’m sure everyone forgot the birthday of their favourite toy.

Time to paper the ISPiper?

A daily newspaper costs anywhere from 75 cents to $1.50, depending on the day. Magazines are between $4 and $7. A CD is between $15 and $22.

Tourism industry bracing for tough times ahead

March 24 was the first Tourism Ambassador Day in B.C., as proclaimed by the provincial government and the Council of Tourism Associations of B.C. The day was intended to mark the $9.

Warren Miller

The quick change artist

Following the conflict

More and more people are relying on the Internet for their news, and that goes double for times of war.
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