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Sep 24, 2008
Apacer teams up with Diskeeper on SSDs — The Inquirer
Type: Press
Author(s): Sylvie Barak
Source: The Inquirer
THE MEMORY MODULES firm, Apacer, says it has teamed up with software company, Diskeeper, to release a Solid State Drive (SSD) that comes with its own optimiser. The partnership between the hardware firm and the software firm will purportedly do much towards improving Apacer’s SSDs. SSDs are supposedly the future of data storage and thought to be key in boosting sales of NAND Flash back up again. But the little drives also have something of a bad rep for severely deteriorating ...
Oct 5, 2007
'I wished I had never gone there' — Philadelphia Inquirer
Type: Press
Author(s): Art Carey
Source: Philadelphia Inquirer
On 9/11, Bobby Morrill got a call from his cousin Bobby Stewart, project manager for a construction company, inviting him to come to Manhattan to help clean up the mess. Morrill, who lives in Newark, was there the next day. He worked for 36 hours nonstop, directing fellow ironworkers as they began untangling the mound of twisted steel beams and girders. That first night, Morrill slept under a table in Battery Park. He wound up spending 10 weeks at Ground Zero, ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Feb 20, 2007
No Money, No Xenu — New York Inquirer
Type: Press
Author(s): Elizabeth Keenan
Source: New York Inquirer
For an organization as elusive as the Church of Scientology, walking to the main headquarters in Manhattan is as easy as walking to McDonalds. With an appetite for “Living a Better and Happier Life” and the financial means, you will be welcomed with open arms. Leaving with the knowledge of how you actually achieve promised happiness, and with your wallet (and sense of reality) in tact, is another thing entirely. Inquirer editor Cat Spencer and I embarked on our undercover pilgrimage ...
Sep 12, 2003
The mills of Xenu grind exceeding slow — The Inquirer
Type: Press
Author(s): Wendy M. Grossman
Source: The Inquirer
IT WAS WITH some astonishment that I read this week that a Dutch court ruled on September 4 that writer Karin Spaink could keep the Scientology materials on her Web site. The original case, in which this is the third ruling, began in the Pleistocene era in Internet terms — nine years ago. I had no idea it was still doing the Jarndyce vs. Jarndyce thing. I spent much of 1994 — when the Web was Usenet, the king was CompuServe, ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
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