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Readers ask questions, and our real estate expert answers. This week, a reader named Bradley asks why some North Shore home sellers aren’t pricing their homes realistically for the 2012 market. Read more
Indiana University researchers develop Truthy, a system that follows Twitter memes with an electronic eye towards what's fake and what's real: sort of a CDC for viral media. Read more
Scientists believe that pregnancy affects spatial awareness. A woman’s pinballing hormones temporarily shrivel her hippocampus, turning the brain region that’s responsible for memory and spatial navigation into an entity roughly as reliable as a stylist at SuperCuts... Read more
You’ll find a sweet deal in Medora, Indiana this weekend as the southernmost state in the U.S. maple belt celebrates the fine art of turning sap into syrup. Indiana is home to about a hundred or so maple syrup producers and Medora’s festival is billed as the first national event of its kind... Read more