Author: Stacy Johnson
Stacy Johnson on September 20, 2010
When you think about using the library now, you may think of getting in the car, driving to the nearest branch, finding the book you’re looking for – hopefully all the copies won’t be checked out – then waiting in line to borrow it. But what if all you had to do was to log on to the library’s website, do a quick search, then click “download”?
Stacy Johnson on September 16, 2010
Some experts say it costs too much to be eco-friendly. But we prove that’s a lie with dozens of ways to save money – and the Earth.
Stacy Johnson on September 11, 2010
Fewer consumers are turning to credit cards these days, and more are paying back their balances.
Stacy Johnson on September 8, 2010
A new poll claims that if given one wish, Americans would rather be richer than thinner, smarter, or even younger. Another study claims happiness comes from a $75,000 salary. Hogwash – here’s why.
Stacy Johnson on September 6, 2010
Is it fair for women to get preferential treatment in bars? Proof that some lawyers have too much time on their hands.
Stacy Johnson on September 1, 2010
If there’s one technology that hasn’t kept up with the times, it’s the analog power meter outside your house that tallies your energy consumption – and the paper bill you get in the mail. But that may be changing for the better.
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