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The folks at Cantametrix think they know what music you will like— and what music you stole.
A local restaurateur comes up with a way to subvert the minimum-wage law.
WHAT DO WE ink-stained and cybershocked wretches crave almost as much as money? "Impact"—reassurance that our words not only get read but also have some… Continue reading
Turning a TV set into a 'Personal Television Server.'
Not as remote, and with much more control
FOR MANY Americans, "May Day" brings to mind images of phalanxes of Soviet soldiers goose-stepping through Red Square behind massive tanks, while millions obediently cheer… Continue reading
WHY DO FOOLS fall in love? You have to be a fool to hand over your heart to another horribly flawed human being and allow… Continue reading
The Easy-Bake Oven turns the big 4-O.
How the state's highest court will decide whether gay marriage is legal.
Green grocers battle for greenbacks.
Food consultant Jon Rowley turnshis attentions earth-ward
The year's best anime on DVD.
Three hundred and sixty-four days ago, this column invited readers to predict the grand, glorious, ignominious events of 1999. (You do remember 1999, don't you?… Continue reading
Forget cyberspace. The Northwest's master of Zen-punk prose spends his time exploring mythospace. And here, with a new novel hitting stores this week, he speaks out about what he sees, how he works, who he loves, and what really, really matters in the end.
More than movies should be on your gift list this year.