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Cyber Monday virtually all its cracked up to be

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If there was any doubt about Cyber Monday being all that for online retailers, this year’s sales totals might convince skeptics. Overall traffic to retail Web sites rose 26 percent this year, according to Shop.org. Internet analysis company, comScore.com says the one-day sales totals reached $733 million. CyberMonday.com, a site that compiles Cyber Monday deals,… Continue Reading Cyber Monday virtually all its cracked up to be

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No work, all play on Cyber Monday

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Shhh. Don’t let your boss know it’s Cyber Monday – the Monday after the Thanksgiving holiday that Americans go to work and do their holiday shopping online. Even though the management might frown on it, more and more people appear to be using the day to shop while on the company dime. This year, 68.5… Continue Reading No work, all play on Cyber Monday

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Today’s New York Times features a travel story about Manitou Springs – and what distinguishes it from neighboring Colorado Springs. Manitou is described as a jewel box of a village. Colorado Springs is described as a sprawling, chain-stored center of conservative evangelical Christianity. Manitou is a place where ill people find healing from its mineral… Continue Reading Manitou, Colorado Springs contrasted in N.Y. Times

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National media speculate on USOC move

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The national media have begun to weigh in on the possibility that the United States Olympic Committee might leave Colorado Springs – and at least one reporter has some discouraging words. NBC Sports reporter Alan Abrahamson wrote yesterday there’s a real chance the USOC could be leaving Colorado Springs. “There’s considerable sense in running a… Continue Reading National media speculate on USOC move

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Contest seeks oldest appliances

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If you’ve had it with your old, outdated washing machine, refrigerator or toaster and you’re looking to get rid of it, this may be your chance. APWagner.com, an appliance parts Web site, is conducting the Oldest Appliance Contest. Contestants are asked to send in a two-minute video of themselves with their old appliances – whether… Continue Reading Contest seeks oldest appliances

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Falcon Broadband has signed an exclusive deal to provide TV and Internet services to the 24,000-acre Banning Lewis Ranch development. Banning Lewis management has selected Falcon Broadband to provide entertainment and communications services to Northtree and future neighborhoods at Banning Lewis Ranch. Falcon Broadband will deliver using a fiber optic network. “This is an important… Continue Reading Banning Lewis Ranch signs exclusive deal with Falcon Broadband

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