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posted in April 2002

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DTV dog days
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4/22/2002   Post a comment
America's digital TV system, as has been documented in these pages and elsewhere, was born of politics. In those nervous days when it seemed Japan would dominate every aspect of consumer electronics, U.S. politicians sensed an HDTV gap and moved swiftly to plug it.
Swing away
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4/15/2002   Post a comment
Economic slumps are not unlike hitting slumps in baseball: A batter loses his timing for no apparent reason, couldn't hit a soft toss if he had to. He slumps back to the dugout wondering why the demons have taken hold.
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4/8/2002   Post a comment
I'll be upfront with you: This is a housekeeping note, so if you're time-constrained and want to hit other parts of the paper right now, I won't be offended if you skip to them.
Sum of the parts
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4/1/2002   Post a comment
My mother is a tough old gal, but she's been in and out of hospitals in recent years. Her adventures have given me a front-row seat to the marvels and the pitfalls of medicine.

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