Where To Worship? Church Reviews Go Online

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Plan Would Help Subsidize Access To Broadband

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A Bumpy Test Ride With Google's Bike Map

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Scientists at the Large Hadron Collider near Geneva celebrate after the particle accelerator started smashing protons at record energies earlier today. Fabrice Coffrini/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Underwater Technology Searches For Missing Flight

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Apple's iPad To Hit Stores This Week

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Janis Ruoff, an assistant research professor of special education at The George Washington University, uses a blackboard in her classroom. Many colleges and universities have turned to learning management systems to help teachers disseminate information electronically. Courtesy of William Atkins/The George Washington University hide caption

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From Chalk To Bytes: The Digital Classroom

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Pritzker Prize Goes To Japan's SANAA Duo

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The Facebook culinary staff hustles to prepare 1,300 lunches per day, more than some restaurants serve over the course of a week. The cafe also serves about 600 breakfasts and 580 dinners each day. Rori Gallagher for NPR hide caption

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Want A Free Lunch? Work For Facebook

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Blogosphere Booms About Black Women's Hair, Lady Gaga

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Wireless Entrepreneur Sees Opportunity In Haiti

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Google Feels China Exit Fallout

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