If you are a sexual predator in Minnesota, good luck making any online friends. You'll have to save the "poking" for in-person interaction. Wait, scratch that.
Ellison and Entenza attended law school together at the University of Minnesota and also served together in the Minnesota legislature.
St. Paul company outprofits Gannett, McGraw Hill, New York Times
BrauBlog is beating WCCO-TV, Fox9, and KARE11! Wait ... what's a "BrauBlog"?
State legislators took steps yesterday to lift a 15-year ban on the development of nuclear power plants in Minnesota. Now it's up to the House to decide.
Pickens Plan focuses on using more wind power and natural gas
It was ahead of its time, but now the nonprofit has a looming debt problem
Despite her denial of intentional wrongdoing, the Vice President of Research at the University of Minnesota stan ... More >>
It's a suit-infested day in the world of blogs and MinnPost's David Brauer calls out Sen. Norm Coleman for hiding behind his "blo ... More >>
After City Pages exposes a local nuclear power plant operator with a fake diploma, his bosses reluctantly give him the ax
While we don't pretend to have extensive training in the dark art of public relations, and at risk of sounding like a broken record, we have to say that this strikes us as fairly stupid.
Happily for us--but less so for our cheese-loving neighbors to the east--the man who reportedly bought bogus degrees in nuclear engineering and accounting has found a new job. At a Wisconsin nuclear po ... More >>
September 12th, 2007
Critics say a power plant designed to reduce carbon emissions could be a cancer-causing boondoggle
Medtronic is spending $100 million to jumpstart lagging defibrillator sales
It's the world's largest music and movies superstore, and everything in it is free—and illegal. Every month, some five billion illegal downloads are passed around the internet, and the entertainment industry sues several hundred people. CP writer St
If there were a problem with a life-saving medical device implanted in your heart, someone would tell you, right? Tom Hatch thought so. He was wrong.
When it comes to podcasting in the land of 10,000 lakes, the first name that comes to mind is Garrick Van Buren. I decided to see if he could still type, so I sent him 5 Silly Questions and this is what he wrote...
A company hired by record companies to pollute file-sharing networks with "spoof" audio and video files has just gone out of business. Overpeer was one of the first companies contracted by the music and movie industries to foul up peer-to-peer networks like Kazaa by flooding them with phony files. T ... More >>
Biologist and blogger PZ Myers speaks out on the war on science, intelligent design, and the sexual habits of giant squid
RFIDs and the coming age of the digital pickpocket
Chuck Olsen takes the first-person doc into the blogosphere
Minnesota is one of just nine states that didn't opt out of a new federal voting law