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ENTERTAINMENT
September 14, 2011 | Associated Press
Sometimes, a fashion launch is just too enticing. Target Inc.'s entire website crashed Tuesday, the day the cheap-chic retailer launched the online sale of its limited offerings of Missoni for Target, a partnership with the Italian luxury knitwear designer. The collection, which ranges from plates to clothes, is priced at a fraction of the real duds. Items include a dinnerware set for $31 featuring the trademark zigzag patterns, $29.99 silk floral dresses, and $12.99 bath towels.
NEWS
November 30, 2012 | By Omar L. Gallaga, AUSTIN AMERICAN-STATESMAN
AUSTIN, Texas - The woman, a test subject, sits at a computer listening to a set of scripted instructions. "Tell me what you think, not what I want you to think. You can leave at any time. I'm here to learn about how travelers obtain traffic and road construction information through a website. " Conducting the test is a University of Texas master's in information science student, Donna Habersaat. She watches and answers questions as the test subject clicks and scrolls through drivetexas.org, a Texas Department of Transportation website for travelers.
NEWS
April 25, 2015 | Chris Brennan, Inquirer Staff Writer
The Democratic primary for mayor went negative this week with a website whose caustic tone spread like an Internet virus to other campaigns. State Sen. Anthony Hardy Williams launched ProgressivePhilly.com, which suggested that former City Councilman James F. Kenney and former District Attorney Lynne M. Abraham had been soft on rogue cops in their political careers. Kenney's campaign, during the taping of a debate to be aired Thursday evening on Fox29, issued an e-mail hitting Abraham on some of the same issues raised by the Williams website.
NEWS
February 3, 2014 | By Robert Calandra, For The Inquirer
Four months ago, the healthcare.gov website wasn't looking so dandy to Ted Trevorrow. The insurance veteran and freshly certified Affordable Care Act navigator was shaken by the exchange's disastrous rollout and the cascade of Web errors that followed. "It took some luster off the ACA," said Trevorrow, speaking at Resources for Human Development's office in Roxborough. But these days much of that luster has returned to the site's bronze, silver, gold, and platinum plans. The website has rallied.
NEWS
March 23, 2013 | INQUIRER STAFF
The City and Philadelphia Gas Works set up a website Friday that officials said will track the effort to sell the city-owned utility. The site, www.exploringasale.com , has sections on how a sale would affect PGW customers, employees and the business community, background material and an FAQ. Over objections of unionized gas workers and the city's public advocate, the commission that oversees PGW voted in January to hire a team of lawyers,...
NEWS
October 28, 2013 | By Robert Calandra, For The Inquirer
Holly Phares was a mouse click away from becoming the first, and she was psyched. "I want to 'confirm,' " she proclaimed to the three people gathered at the Resources for Human Development office in Roxborough. Everyone stared at the screen bearing the words "Confirm and Save Your Health Care Plan" as Phares positioned the cursor and clicked. Since the health-insurance marketplace opened Oct. 1, RHD has not enrolled one client using the federal Healthcare.gov website. It wasn't for a lack of trying.
NEWS
July 24, 2012 | By Barbara Boyer, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
New Jersey state investigators want to help homeowners hire contractors who won't disappear with deposits, leave jobs unfinished, or do inadequate work. On Monday, the Division of Consumer Affairs released the names of 44 unregistered contractors, including more than a dozen from South Jersey, who were cited and issued $195,000 in civil penalties based on consumer complaints. "Disreputable contractors can leave consumers with costs that escalate to tens of thousands of dollars, as well as dangerous conditions that must be repaired at additional cost," Attorney General Jeffrey S. Chiesa said in a statement.
NEWS
January 23, 2012 | Staff Report
SEPTA has launched an online page that allows riders to get real-time service updates on the mass transit agency's system. The website page is http://www.septa.org/realtime/status/system-status.shtml It also can be accessed by clicking on the System Status "Eye" icon under Quick Links on every page at www.septa.org . On the page, riders can find information service suspensions on specific rail, subway, trolley and bus lines; sudden,...
NEWS
April 17, 2013 | BY JAN RANSOM, Daily News Staff Writer ransomj@phillynews.com, 215-854-5218
THOSE HARRIED procrastinators who were hoping to file their city taxes online or access related forms on Sunday were met with an unpleasant surprise: Philadelphia's Department of Revenue website was down due to "routine maintenance. " Scheduled maintenance for the website occurs every Sunday from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., but many questioned a routine maintenance the day before taxes were to be paid. "Why would you schedule maintenance the day before the deadline?" City Councilman Mark Squilla said Monday.
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NEWS
May 4, 2015 | By Lisa Scottoline, Inquirer Columnist
You can't keep a good woman down. Or rather, in. I'm talking, of course, about Spanx. If you don't know what Spanx is, let me tell you. It's a girdle. But it's called a "body shaping garment," in that it compresses your flesh, nerves, and internal organs so that you look thinner. In other words, Spanx is a great idea if you don't like oxygen. Anyway, you might remember that, about six years ago, I wrote about how much I hated Spanx. I got introduced to them when I bought a pair by accident, thinking they were tights.
NEWS
April 29, 2015 | By Don Sapatkin, Inquirer Staff Writer
Just four days after coming home to Northeast Philadelphia from Iraq in 2003, Tim Wynn got into a bar fight. The Marine was arrested for the first time in his life. That wasn't even the worst of it. "I can remember, my mother and my girlfriend at the time, now my wife, they didn't know what to do," he said. It took five years and six more arrests before he began court-ordered treatment for the PTSD that he didn't know he had. His homecoming might have been easier if he could have had access to a new website for Philadelphia-area veterans that went live Monday.
NEWS
April 25, 2015 | Chris Brennan, Inquirer Staff Writer
The Democratic primary for mayor went negative this week with a website whose caustic tone spread like an Internet virus to other campaigns. State Sen. Anthony Hardy Williams launched ProgressivePhilly.com, which suggested that former City Councilman James F. Kenney and former District Attorney Lynne M. Abraham had been soft on rogue cops in their political careers. Kenney's campaign, during the taping of a debate to be aired Thursday evening on Fox29, issued an e-mail hitting Abraham on some of the same issues raised by the Williams website.
REAL_ESTATE
March 8, 2015 | By Alan J. Heavens, Inquirer Real Estate Writer
Spring will be here before you know it (stop laughing!), and that means finally tackling that room you were planning to paint. Or even the whole house. The Paint Quality Institute recently launched an interactive new website at www.paintquality.com that's full of information you need to prepare for any interior or exterior paint job. The institute's Debbie Zimmer says the site has advice on painting every conceivable surface, from concrete to countertops. Included are articles on topics such as surface preparation, the benefits of using sustainable paints, safety tips, and other expert guidance.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 3, 2015 | By David Patrick Stearns, Inquirer Music Critic
Any artistic cutting edge can come with the sensation of falling off a cliff. The listener is bewildered for a bit, until someone (often the composer) shows how the most forbidding concoctions have precedents in the past. Rarely, though, has the road map to such precedents been established with the concrete as it was in a talk before Bhob Rainey's Axon Ladder Friday at Vox Populi. Was this an advanced calculus class? At the same time such well-known composers as Stephen Hartke and Louis Karchin unveiled their response to the visual stimuli at the Barnes Foundation in a Network for New Music concert, Rainey was at the gallery wrestling with music based on mathematical abstractions of squid neurons so big they were studied in the pre-high-tech era. Some skepticism is warranted - attention-grabbing concepts don't necessarily unleash worthy music.
NEWS
February 23, 2015 | By Julia Terruso, Inquirer Staff Writer
More than one million people are expected to flood the Benjamin Franklin Parkway in September to try to get even a speck-size glimpse of Pope Francis. But there's an easier way. Organizers are selling life-size cutouts of His Holiness. For $120 (that's the 25 percent-off price available through Saturday), you can own a "life-size standee" of Pope Francis. The World Meeting of Families, the organization fund-raising and hosting a weeklong Catholic conference and the papal visit, is also selling tabletop papal cutouts for $15, an I [heart]
SPORTS
February 20, 2015 | BY TOM MAHON, Daily News Staff Writer mahont@phillynews.com
WHEN IT COMES to youth sports, the world has gone mad. There are reality TV shows such as "Friday Night Tykes," in which peewee football players are screamed at by out-of-their-mind adult coaches. There are Little League teams that cheat. High school kids hold televised news conferences to announce their college choices. Seventh- and eighth-graders are receiving scholarship offers from colleges. And now this: Recruiting website Rivals.com has started providing scouting reports for two sixth-grade football players from New England.
NEWS
February 12, 2015 | Mensah M. Dean & Wendy Ruderman, Daily News Staff Writers
SOME 13 YEARS AGO, the Daily News alerted state Sen. Anthony Williams that he hadn't actually graduated from college, despite assertions on his official state Senate website. Wednesday, the Daily News again helped jog the senator's memory about his educational background, informing Williams of an error on his mayoral campaign website. In fact, Williams didn't graduate from Franklin & Marshall College and then go into business and then into politics, as stated on his website, anthonyhwilliams.com . When asked about the wording of the bio, Williams' campaign spokesman, Albert Butler, said, "It's a simple oversight and it can be easily corrected.
NEWS
January 28, 2015 | By Tricia L. Nadolny, Inquirer Staff Writer
Supporters of Philadelphia City Councilman Kenyatta Johnson won't find information on his reelection bid at KenyattaJohnson.com. Or KenyattaJohnson.net. Or KenyattaJohnson.org. All three are active addresses - but they immediately redirect to the website for the man who seeks to oust him from his Second District seat, Ori Feibush. Feibush on Monday acknowledged snatching up the names, but said he wasn't being petty. Instead, he said, he was being practical, steering voters - including those seeking information about Johnson - to his platform.
NEWS
December 30, 2014 | By Michaelle Bond, Inquirer Staff Writer
Tom Casey continuously fields calls and e-mails from anxious people asking about pipeline projects and safety, and the meaning of a right of way. So Casey, of West Goshen, who helped start the Chester County Community Coalition to spread information about pipelines, turns to the county's online Pipeline Information Center. Fortunately for Casey and others interested, Chester County officials recently got a $50,000 federal grant to add information to the website and to name a point of contact to increase information-sharing among residents, municipalities, and pipeline companies.
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