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Posted by courier at 11:16 PM. Filed under: Daily Bulletin
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By Tim Barker
St. Louis Post-Dispatch (MCT)
ST. LOUIS — Next time you install a piece of software or visit a new Web site, pour yourself a cup of coffee and really dig into that arcane document labeled something along the lines of "terms of service."
It's your chance to do something few have ever done.
Posted by courier at 09:13 AM. Filed under: News
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Susan Rice was named United Nations
By Steven Thomma
McClatchy Newspapers (MCT)
Ambassador-designate by President-
elect Barack Obama in Illinois, Monday.
(Nancy Stone/Chicago Tribune/MCT)
CHICAGO — President-elect Barack Obama named his national security team Monday, vowing to bolster military strength with diplomacy. Highlighting the change, he named Hillary Clinton as his secretary of state.
Obama noted Clinton's "tremendous stature" as he picked her as the nation's chief diplomat.
Posted by courier at 08:55 AM. Filed under: News
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'Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe'
For: Xbox 360 and Playstation 3
By Billy O'Keefe
McClatchy-Tribune News Service (MCT)
ESRB Rating: Teen (blood,
suggestive themes, violence)
"Gimmick" is something of a dirty word in gaming circles, and leaning on DC Comics' heavy hitters — Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, the Flash and the Joker, among others — to breathe relevance back into "Mortal Kombat" most definitely qualifies as a gimmick.
But it's hard to knock a gimmick when it works, and so it's hard to knock "Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe," which freshens up a franchise stuck in neutral while taking full advantage of the moment to trim much of the fat that had accumulated since "Kombat" went 3-D.
Posted by courier at 08:39 AM. Filed under: Entertainment
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Charles Harris Wesley
(December 2, 1891 - August 16, 1987) was a noted African American historian, educator, writer and author.
Born in Louisville, Kentucky, he graduated from Fisk University in 1911 and received a Master's degree from Yale University in 1913. In 1925, Wesley became the third African American to receive a Ph.D. from Harvard University.
Read excerpts of Charles H. Wesley's writing, free from googlebooks.com.
Posted by courier at 04:23 AM. Filed under: In Quotes
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