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A study by economists declares that bookwormy, nerdy people will not, in fact, earn more than their dimmer, but more likeable counterparts.
The University of Florida is about to gut its computer science department. How can it be that an apparently strong university can consider this? I asked one of the department's professors.
Film crews for David Fincher's "The Social Network," the tell-all film about Facebook's origins, have enlisted the university's heavyweight crew team to participate in a few scenes, according to The Boston Globe.
Even sports fans require social networks built specifically for them. That's why we're taking a look at some social networks that will connect sports fans.
How did Harmonix's upcoming dance game reel in a highly reticent editor? By making him feel like he was a better dancer than he is.
The latest craze in fitness is to log your progress and share it publicly on Twitter, Facebook, or niche networking sites. One reporter tackles the issue of whether it will do more harm than good to share her (embarrassingly obsessive) workout goals with the world.
The online marketplace for jobs that can be done on Office applications is like Elance, but just for work requiring the skilled use of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Access.
After it wraps up filming in Boston this week, tipsters tell CNET News that the movie about Facebook's origins will be filming in June at the Henley Royal Regatta in the U.K.
A new site collates the social-networking activity of sports people, tabulated by name, league, and country.