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100 Points, One Game: A Basketball Record Turns 50

02/29/12
Fifty years ago, in an unimportant game, basketball star Wilt Chamberlain reached a milestone 100 points in one game. At the time, it ... tags: All_Things_ConsideredDistrict_of_ColumbiaFresh_AirMorning_EditionNational_Public_RadioNPRSports_Recreation

AT&T 'Throttles' Heaviest Data Users

02/28/12
Throttling is a way for the cell phone company to limit its unlimited customers. Bloomberg technology columnist Rich Jaroslovsky talks to ... tags: All_Things_ConsideredBusinessDayDistrict_of_ColumbiaFresh_AirMorning_EditionNational_Public_Radio

Nailing Down The Appeal Of Pinterest

02/29/12
Pinterest, the hot new social media taste-sharing site, isn't necessarily about how many friends you have. It's about interacting with ... tags: All_Things_ConsideredBusinessDayDistrict_of_ColumbiaFresh_AirMorning_EditionNational_Public_Radio

Auto Bailout Is Hot-Button Issue In Michigan

02/27/12
Three years after its bankruptcy, General Motors has had a record year. The company, meanwhile, is hiring again adding third shifts to ... tags: All_Things_ConsideredBusinessDayDistrict_of_ColumbiaFresh_AirMorning_EditionNational_Public_Radio

Straight Out Of Flint: Girl Boxer Aims For Olympics

02/28/12
A 16-year-old from Michigan named Claressa Shields is the youngest fighter competing for a place on the first-ever U.S. Olympic women's ... tags: All_Things_ConsideredDayDistrict_of_ColumbiaFresh_AirMorning_EditionNational_Public_RadioNPR

What Happens If The Keystone XL Pipeline Isn't Built?

02/27/12
Arguments raised by supporters and critics of the proposed pipeline are based on different sets of facts lots of jobs vs. few lower gas ... tags: All_Things_ConsideredDayDistrict_of_ColumbiaFresh_AirMorning_EditionNational_Public_RadioNPR