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  • Tragedy on the Slopes
  • Tragedy on the Slopes

    Death on the mountain, a booming Internet town and animal welfare.
      Avalanche Kills Respected SkierAn avalanche near Stevens Pass in Washington’s Cascade mountain range killed three respected backcountry skiers on Sunday, including one recently profiled in a spe
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  • Farming Data
  • Farming Data

    How rural Washington is the brain of the world.
      As a teenager, Peter Shelton used to drive past acres of farmland — open fields covered in alfalfa blowing in central Washington’s robust winds. But now, he drives directly to the fie
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  • The Information Age
  • The Information Age

    How Spokane seniors are learning to dominate the Internet (right after they learn how to use a mouse)
      Ardis Storms refuses to reveal her age. “I’m older than 65, is that good enough?” she asks, laughing. Despite the playful vagueness about her history, Storms enjoys genealogy. It’s her pastime and lifelong hobby. “Genealogy is my relaxation time — whereas my husband, he buys lotto tickets,” she jokes.
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  • An App For That
  • An App For That

    Yes, your smartphone can help you up on the slopes
      The line “There’s an app for that” is branded into my brain whenever anyone suggests that they wish their phone could do this or that. Resorts all over the country with big marketi
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  • You Can't Keep Up. Hooray!
  • You Can't Keep Up. Hooray!

    You have a choice: either drown in the flood of culture, or just let go.
      It’s in the math: She argues that if you read one book per week from the time you’re 15 years old until you are in your 80s, you could never possibly read all of the great books. Because by the time you’re 80, there will be hundreds — even thousands — of new.
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  • Dictators Beware
  • Dictators Beware

    While we take our technology for granted, protestors in Egypt and Tunisia are using it to change the world.
      The events in Tunisia and Egypt over the past few weeks have underlined how situational the impact of innovative technology really is. Here in the free and open United States, our smartphones are great for smacking angry birds around.
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