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Newspaper, newspaper...where THE HECK is the newspaper by Michele Tomecko Posted Thu 31 May 2012 10:37am So as my last few days have been very trying on my psyche, with Kenny's disability being cut all because of incompetent people. Then there's me fighting on the phone with computerized voice mails because the actual people that are getting paid big bucks to be helping you are taking a breakfast break, after breakfast break, lunch break ... Read on »
NewsPAPERS are dying, NOT news. by MSBPodcast Patient Expert Posted Thu 09 Apr 2009 6:21pm This is a repost of something on: Revenue 2.0 [ http://revenuetwopointzero.com/solutions/classified-solutions/classified-solutions/#comment-302 ] The paper part of the newspaper is dead … Get over it. The only thing that will remain is going to be vanity presses like HP is proposing with their printing service [ ] We did ... Read on »
End the Bias: We Need Newspapers by Wesley J. Smith Patient Expert Posted Tue 30 Dec 2008 2:43pm It is no secret that the newspaper business is in severe trouble. A big part of the problem is technological: The Internet has destroyed the classified sections, for example, and many younger people no longer read newspapers, causing circulation to decline. But in my view, another huge issue is liberal bias, particularly about socially contro ... Read on »
Some Love from the Hometown Newspaper! by Bill S. Health Maven Posted Wed 23 Feb 2011 9:22am Times have changed.  I remember a day when the Clinton Herald would rather print a recipe for hog sloppin’s than give me credit for anything I ever did.  But that was old management that held a grudge because I left the newspaper to work for (gasp!) a RADIO STATION!  Owned by PEOPLE!  Who came from someplace OTHER than CLINTON!  (Horrors!) ... Read on »
REFLECTIONS: On the Newspaper Business by Ronni B. Patient Expert Posted Fri 19 Jun 2009 4:15pm [ AND THE WINNER IS: If I had my way (and more money), I would send Dr. Robert Butler's book, The Longevity Revolution, to everyone who asked and to every member of Congress too. Alas, that is not possible. The winner of the single copy I have available, the fifteenth person to send an email, is - DRUM ROLL - Alan Stewart who lives in Hong Kon ... Read on »
Google's Fast Flip For Reading Online Newspapers and Magazines by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 14 Sep 2009 10:21pm This is actually pretty nice and somewhat resembles a couple other products I use, but not for reading the news.  There are subjects you can sort by and you can have “headlines” on the top row and “health” on the bottom for a quick example.   You can also zoom in to see the larger versions of each page and use the arrows to scroll.  So far ... Read on »
Newspaper Seed Starter Pots by Karen H. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 28 Feb 2011 12:50pm I attended a little workshop sponsored by the West Bloomington Revitalization Partnership over the weekend a local master gardener, Charlotte Talkington taught an enthusiastic group how to make these nifty seed/plant starter pots out of newspaper. What a delight!! Pots out of newspaper foster a way to use up old newspapers, may ... Read on »
How To Make Seed Starter Pots Out Of Newspaper by Karen H. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Fri 08 Apr 2011 11:07pm When I went to YouTube to see if there was a video that shared how I was taught to make these newspaper seed pots I could not find the exact version And while I appreciate many things about YouTube, when I am learning how to make something  I have to say a video sometimes frustrates me so… here is my version of how to… Of course ... Read on »
Washington Post Newspaper Buys a Hospice Company–Celtic Healthcare Heavily Reliant on Medicare for Benefits by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 01 Oct 2012 3:14pm Well what do you know a newspaper has figured out too how to get some of that Medicare money.  The company is located in Pennsylvania with branches throughout and a few in Maryland.  Chronic disease management is their specialty as well as hospice care. We all know newspapers have not been doing so well in recent years so will we see more of th ... Read on »
Newspaper Poll: Should Electric Shocks Continue at the Judge Rotenberg Center by Kev Leitch Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Tue 26 Feb 2013 10:34am I just received this message from Nancy Weiss. A newspaper local to the Judge Rotenberg Center is hosting a poll on whether the electric shocks should continue. The Canton Journal (the local newspaper from the town in which the Judge Rotenberg Center is located) is conducting a poll to determine whether people support the Massachusetts Go ... Read on »