In Internet age, belief in Santa isn't weird
This is the most wonderful time of the year for those of us who toil in the vineyards of the editorial pages. Somebody always trots out Francis Pharcellus Church's 1897 "Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus" editorial in the New York Sun, and for a brief shining moment, people think, "Hey, maybe editorialists aren't creeps after all."
Web browser pioneer backs a new way to surf the Internet
SAN FRANCISCO - The Web has changed a lot since Marc Andreessen revolutionized the Internet with the introduction of his Netscape browser in the mid-1990s. That's why he's betting people are ready to try a different Web-surfing technique on a new browser called RockMelt.
Editorial: Study of elderly and Internet use is worthwhile
"It's not that I don't want to be on the Internet ... I need somebody somewhere that can teach me."
Califf: Internet the big winner in 2010 Olympics
As much as you've enjoyed watching the 2010 Winter Olympic Games with your family, you more than likely have been accompanied by an overlooked, but important guest. This guest could make itself comfortable in your pocket, on your lap, on the side table next to your couch or even in the next room. This guest also is a contributing factor to the $250 million NBC is expecting to lose while broadcasting the Olympic Games and serving as the entertainment for "family night."