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NEW YORK - A little Melville for your MP3 player? Tom Clancy for your computer? The New York Public Library announced Monday that it is making 700 books - from classics to current best sellers - available to members in digital audio form for downloading onto PCs, CD players and portable listening devices.
“Once again, a police dog’s name will be added to the capitol K9 honor memorial, killed by the incompetence and neglect of his policeman partner.”
The Sandra Day O’Conner School of Law has taken a few steps toward relocating from Arizona State University’s Tempe campus to its Downtown Phoenix campus.
Chandler Mayor Jay Tibshraeny delivered his 2013 state of the city address last week, touching mostly on the subjects of employment, neighborhood sustainability, outreach and transparency and better health.
Time marches on.
The National Rifle Association said Friday it wants armed police officers in every school, raising costs questions from Republican legislators who normally are their natural allies but picking up support of a key Democrat.
The world of news and information, in terms of who produces it, how it gets produced and how it is delivered, is exploding with new enterprises popping up almost every day. Traditional media is struggling to find its way in this new world, both in terms of understanding how it works as well as competing in it. If traditional media is to survive it is essential that it understands this new world and to figure out how to carve out a place in it.
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