• Google officially released its long-rumored browser, dubbed "Google Chrome". Speed and stability are its biggest selling points thus far. Those who have tested this innovative new browser are pleasantly surprised at the speed and ease of use. While Google has not implemented many of the features present in other browsers such as Firefox and Opera, its beta application is set to be a good starting point for Google's venture into the browser business. From Google on Chrome: A fresh take on the browser At Google, we spend much of our time working inside a browser. We search, chat, email and collaborate in a browser. And like all of you, in our spare time, we shop, bank, read news and keep in

    Sep 09,
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  • It’s all home-made, with both care and flair. The personal touch is very much in play here, and the price is so right even I can do the math. And live with it! Stay and enjoy, or have your meal prepped to go---it’s all good at The Scott-Walker Eatery, located on South Main in Poplar Bluff's re-emerging historic quarter.

    Sep 09,
  • As the world continues to examine the resume of Alaska governor Sarah Palin, Americans are heating up the blogs with debates on balancing family life and professional life. But---distinct from current blogging on the subject---often in this area there seems to be a disturbing linguistic implication, in both print and speech: that parenthood, in contrast to paid work, is something other than...well...work.

    Sep 06,
  • Followers of the trend have what they believe to be Scripturally-based reasons for the path they're pursuing, and it is interesting to see these reasons explained.   I realized that a growing number of Americans refrain from eating meat for various reasons, myself included. But I wasn’t aware until recently, when looking for some seasonal recipes on the Internet, that there’s in fact a vital Christian movement promoting vegetarian living.

    Sep 04,
  • Brian and Rick get together after a month off and try to cram an hour show into a 20-minute segment. Here are the new techie things that were discussed on the show: Google Chrome - http://tools.google.com/chrome Blackberry Bold - http://news.cnet.com/blackberry-bold-debut/ (review) Photo storage & sharing - Flickr.com - http://Flickr.com PSP 3000 - http://news.cnet.com/psp-3000-another-minor-psp-upgrade/  (coming in October) semo.net Certified Repair Technicians - http://semo.net/repair/ - $22.50 for basic repair! semo.net 1M Cable Internet for $29.95 - New Customer Promo - broadband@semo.net (email for more info or to sign up - restrictions & commitment required) semo.net Wireless Extends to County Road 302 & Hidden Hills Subdivision - broadband@semo.net (email for more info or to sign up - restrictions & commitment required)

    Sep 03,

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