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poll: TECH COLLECTIVE - Tech Poll: Where Should We Invest?

Monday, January 17, 2011

Where should Rhode Island invest its limited resources to best grow the Rhode Island economy and Jobs?  Where should dollars be spent? 

This past year the state made a major investment in 38 Studios - how should the state move forward. Vote on the best priority.

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Jetiquette: Dos and Don’ts of Air Travel

Monday, January 17, 2011

When travel plans go awry this snowy season, whether you're stuck on the tarmac waiting for fuel, clearance, a drink, or the bathroom, check your manners to make sure that you didn't leave them at home. You think that because you're among strangers it doesn't matter? Manners matter. Like a bad cold, insolence can be contagious.

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Shepard Fairey Settles With AP, Partially

Monday, January 17, 2011

The Associated Press has reported a settlement had been reached between the AP and artist Shepard Fairey, a RISD alum best known for a depiction of then-candidate Barack Obama in a work that has been informally referred to as the globally iconic “HOPE” poster.

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College Admissions: 8 Summer Programs with a Career Focus

Monday, January 17, 2011

As the economic downturn drags on, parents are more focused on college being a “practical” experience. Many want to know that a six-figure investment will result in their child being able to launch a career when they graduate.

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Best Yoga Spots in RI

Monday, January 17, 2011

The dead of winter is a great time to get into the studio and get the deep benefits of a little Zen. Here are the top spots statewide for getting your Zen on.

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Bay View Girls Win Rhode Island FIRST LEGO Competition

Monday, January 17, 2011

A savvy team from Saint Mary Academy Bay View (calling themselves S.M.A.R.T.) captured the top title in this weekend's Rhode Island FIRST LEGO League Championship Tournament - the first time an all-girl team has won, and a first win for an all-girl school as well. The team will go on to represent Rhode Island at the World Festival in Missouri.

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Peapod Launches iPad App for Grocery Shopping

Monday, January 17, 2011

The transformation of how consumers leverage technology is upon us in Rhode Island. Peapod, the leading online grocer, announced it is now offering an app for the iPad. Building on the success of PeapodMobile, which allows customers to create and manage shopping lists and place grocery orders from their smartphones, Peapod developed an iPad app to give tablet users to shop.

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Bethenny Frankel: Skinnygirls’ Night Out

Monday, January 17, 2011

Picture it: a theater full of giddy women, sipping Skinnygirl margaritas, eager to hear from the Skinnygirl herself: Bethenny Frankel. I was lucky enough to attend Bethenny’s “Skinnygirls Night Out” at the Veterans Memorial Auditorium on Saturday and it was, in a word: inspiring.

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Smith & Wesson Selects Newport’s Wild Things

Monday, January 17, 2011

Wild Things, LLC, the maker of sophisticated technical outerwear for the US Military, Law Enforcement and Consumer markets, today announced that the company has been selected by Smith & Wesson, the firearm maker, as licensee for men's and women's technical apparel. 

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Lots of Questions Following Loss to Jets

Monday, January 17, 2011

In games that really matter, it's Rex Ryan 1  Bill Belichick 0.  The Jets stunned the Patriots in Foxboro Sunday to advance to the AFC Championship game in Pittsburgh.

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