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  • Vermont Blog Directory

    A list of Vermont blogs
    This is a list of Vermont blogs. Do you blog from Vermont? Let me know and I'll add your site to the list. Email me…

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  • Strike Up the Broadband

    Local Matters: Will the Verizon-FairPoint deal leave Vermonters well connected . . . or digitally deserted?
    Two weeks ago, more than 80 people squeezed into the Williston office of Vermont Interactive Television - one of 11 VIT sites around the state…

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  • Got Wi-fi?
  • Got Wi-fi?

    In Vermont, off-campus hotspots are hard to find
    As college students return in droves to Vermont, many bring at least a few of the staples of college life - Nalgene bottles, value…

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  • Thinking About Games
  • Thinking About Games

    Game On: flOw, Playstation 3, $7.99
    While the Tokyo Game Show dominates the video-game calendar each fall, this September Japan's largest city hosted a different group of game-savvy visitors. The…

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  • The Wrong Stuff

    Online "Freecyclers" take the cash out of trash
    When I first heard about the brand-new Burlington chapter of Freecycle, a global, Internet-based network of people giving away old junk, my inner capitalist raised…

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  • Hits and Misses
  • Hits and Misses

    Game On
    You win some, you lose some. Looking back, 2007 was a good year for games. “BioShock” electrified gamers, while “Halo 3” almost lived up…

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  • Might v. Site
  • Might v. Site

    Will a new Vermont law protect a Williston couple from a powerful religious sect?
    Every morning, Tim Twinam fires up the computers in the corner of his log cabin in Williston and searches for lost souls. From a…

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  • No-Cable Access

    How one Vermont company gets you online between rocks and other hard places
    Politics in Montpelier are about to heat up. This January, if all goes as planned, the legislative chambers in the Statehouse will become a hotspot.…

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  • Senior Surfers

    How Vermonters are bridging the digital-age divide
    Christine Litchfield and her husband bought a computer in 2000, but the retired first-grade teacher admits she still doesn't really know what it can do.…

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  • What We Want
  • What We Want

    There's no place like home, but we still have a wish list...
    Vermont sure has a lot going for it — a thriving local food movement, fresh air and mountains, great craft beer, and the best skiing…

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  • Mr. Mac Man
  • Mr. Mac Man

    Jerry Manock helped design the first Macintosh - and brought Apple's creative model to Vermont
    PC or Mac? PCs are nearly ubiquitous, but ask creative types which computer they prefer and it’s a good bet they’ll plug Apple’s Macintosh…

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  • Engineering Evangelist
  • Engineering Evangelist

    John Cohn turns kids on to science with robots, rap and a pickle electrocutor
    Two weeks before Halloween, IBM fellow John Cohn is out in the woods, perched on a generator with his laptop, banging out last-minute code.…

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  • Digital Apprehensions
  • Digital Apprehensions

    High-tech computer crime fighting has arrived in Vermont — but at what price?
    The gruesome discovery unnerved Old North End residents and marshaled the full investigative resources of the Burlington Police Department. On the morning of October 18,…

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  • High Wireless Act
  • High Wireless Act

    VTel’s Michel Guité promises to bring universal broadband access to rural Vermont. Can he deliver?
    Vermont Technical College was a fitting location for a tech-focused town-hall-style meeting convened by Sen. Bernie Sanders late last month. The discussion centered on…

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  • iPhone Innovation

    Side Dishes: EatingWell introduces app
    People passionate about food and new tech gadgets may want to download EatingWell’s new iPhone application, “Healthy in a Hurry.” For $2.99, it offers a…

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  • Deleting Indiscretions

    A Vermont company keeps a vigilant eye on students' online behavior
    Not so long ago, just about the only worries for college coaches and athletic directors were winning games and keeping players free of injuries. Now,…

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  • Getting Ahead
  • Getting Ahead

    Can creative, high-tech companies save Vermont's economy?
    Click here for all Vermont 3.0 articles, or see related links in the sidebar. There’s nothing more uplifting in a down economy than discovering…

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  • A Space of Their Own

    Social network MySpace.com allows bands to cast a wide "net"
    Back in the day -- which in this technology-driven era means about two years ago -- bands relied on tried-and-true methods of promotion to get…

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