Is flirting the old-fashioned way for chumps? We enlisted help from Beth Griffenhagen, author of Haiku for the Single Girl, to test out a few of the new flirting apps on her recent evenings about town. Here's what she found.
If Twitter is the new résumé, will any of us ever have a job? Or will we just stop wanting to tweet?
In the first quarter of fiscal 2012, the U.S. Postal Service reported a net loss of $3.3 billion dollars on Thursday--a bad sign in what's supposed to be a strong quarter for the organization.
Those wishing of adding zeros to their paychecks should know one thing: they're prayers might be best answered through science--or at least by landing a job related to science.
Plus: There's an unlimited supply of goodwill for Anna Faris
The tech company will integrate Zagat into its local reviews services
Accuses company of lying to Congress about how customers are tracked
Plus: new research finds that nice guys earn much less than their less-agreeable peers
Comes after the company raised subscription prices
Bloomberg reports that talks are in the early stage between the companies
Apple's suppliers are leaking details in advance of the phone's debut later this year
For $185,000 fee, a domain name of almost any word will be available
The Georgia senator is hardly the first lawmaker to launch a personal app
Crivella West worked with MSNBC.com to post the documents on Friday
New agricultural technology aims to end more than a decade-long trend of farmer suicides
Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs and Credit Suisse will be underwriters
Critics and optimists weigh in on the implications of LinkedIn's ferocious first day
Instant returns on a painstaking process are bound to disappoint
The site moves more aggressively to take on iTunes and Netflix
NASA has given the go-ahead for the shuttle's second attempt
This is the third time the launch has been postponed since April 29th
Which appears to be used on helicopter rides or just browsing in the Oval Office
Scientists at Stanford say they can make politicians more likeable using virtual reality
Their hopes of reopening their lawsuit against Mark Zuckerberg are fading
'Three bodies of human shape but only 3 feet tall, dressed in metallic cloth'
So is the U.N., the U.S. Air Force, and Reps. Nancy Pelosi and John Boehner
An attempt to make sense of the Internet's first days
It's being described as a "retina in a dish"
In his new memoir, Allen crafts a revisionist history of the inception of Microsoft
Scientists figure there's about 2 billion, give or take
Pediatricians are urged to ask youth about social-networking habits
The social network is wooing the former White House press secretary
Company makes amends for Tuesday's streaming video disruption...kind of
The industry grinds to a halt as public opinion debates the value of nuclear
Top movie theater chain would like someone--anyone--to buy their stock
One woman sold her spot in line at the iPad release for $900
The business network plans to unleash a social news program
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