Some companies set policies to encourage reluctant workers to take time off.
Giving topped $300 billion in 2007. A small but rising percentage of those gifts came via the Internet.
Firefox 3 dukes it out with Safari and Internet Explorer to control the way we surf the Web.
Power is spotty, spurring locals to rig car batteries and use pulleys in lieu of elevators to bring goods up from the street.
In “What now?” a commencement address becomes a charming essay on confronting the unknown.