7 city schools face closure

Closing seven Seattle Public Schools buildings, relocating several programs and eliminating five others in the fall could save money and balance enrollment, Seattle School Superintendent Maria Goodloe-Johnson told the School Board Tuesday night.


Microsoft IE dominance tough to topple in business

altAlternative browsers such as Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome may be aimed at toppling Microsoft\'s reign but analysts say Internet Explorer\'s (IE) \"overwhelming dominance\" in the workplace will be difficult to defeat.


Government plans law to up data-sharing

The government has announced it is to seek greater powers for the secretary of state to permit or require data-sharing.


As part of the Ministry of Justice Response to the Data Sharing Review Report, published on Tuesday, the government laid out plans to give the secretary of state fast-track powers to permit or require data-sharing between organisations.

Free laptop for life pledge from Fujitsu Siemens

altFujitsu Siemens is offering buyers of its latest LifeBook laptops a free, new laptop every three years for the rest of their lives. The manufacturer is also offering buyers of its Esprimo notebooks and desktops free repairs and a full refund if their systems fail during the standard warranty period.


Thanks for holding: Customer service gets automated

altTired of being put on hold? Saritha Rai finds out about new software that could improve customers\' interactions with companies forever.

The Wardrobe


Extreme kayaking at Llyn Brianne reservoir

Becoming Batman - Episode Two - \"batman begins\"

BOTOX® Substitutes Causing Facial Paralysis

altWARNING! Some doctors are using fake BOTOX® treatments and misrepresenting the product as the real thing. As of July 2008, there have been 68 individuals arrested and 29 who have been convicted of intentionally injecting fake Botox injections. There are no other brands besides Botox that has been approved by the FDA, as a non-surgical procedure to treat frown lines. Don\'t fall for the fake stuff. Do your research first!

A History Of Museums, \'The Memory Of Mankind\'

altThat\'s a big number, but it\'s barely a fraction of the number of people who will visit American museums this year.


Museums are big business, attracting billions of tourist dollars, advancing science, and educating and amusing more than 850 million people annually.


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