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December 11, 1998 | ERIKA MILVY, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The flashing red light of the answering machine has long been a sight for sore eyes. Those of us with addictive personalities phone home five or six times a day to gorge ourselves in message retrieval. Yet, of late, that flashing red light has been upstaged by three thrilling words, "You've got mail." That's also the title of an upcoming romantic comedy from that powerhouse posse, Ephron-Hanks-Ryan, in which Hollywood close-focuses its camera on the care and feeding of the e-mail romance.
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December 11, 1998 | ERIKA MILVY, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The flashing red light of the answering machine has long been a sight for sore eyes. Those of us with addictive personalities phone home five or six times a day to gorge ourselves in message retrieval. Yet, of late, that flashing red light has been upstaged by three thrilling words, "You've got mail." That's also the title of an upcoming romantic comedy from that powerhouse posse, Ephron-Hanks-Ryan, in which Hollywood close-focuses its camera on the care and feeding of the e-mail romance.
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September 13, 1995 | ADAM S. BAUMAN
America Online * Thursday, 7 p.m: Join Elwood Edwards, who does the voice that announces "You've got mail" when you log on America Online, in a conference. Keyword: Centerstage * Saturday, 5 p.m: Pacific Bell President David W. Dorman talks about ISDN and the Internet in an on-line chat. Keyword: Centerstage CompuServe * Today, 6 p.m: Bill Mann, who wrote "Politics on the Internet," talks about how the Internet is beginning to affect the election process. Go DEMOCRAT * Thursday, 6 p.
NEWS
December 20, 1998
"Did you see the new Linda Tripp doll that's on the market? It's a talking doll. Problem is, it talks behind your back." (Jay Leno) A Direct Shot: Archeologists have discovered an ancient Indian burial site in Carson. "It's proof, they say, that Jack Kevorkian performed his first assisted suicide in Southern California." (Paul Ecker) Take Another Shot: Experts say Texas leads the country in deaths by lethal injection.
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February 11, 2001 | STEVE HOCHMAN
In the Coen brothers' film "O Brother, Where Art Thou?," three Depression-era chain-gang escapees stumble into a radio station recording studio and record the folk standard "Man of Constant Sorrow." While they continue on the lam, the song becomes a hit. Art, meet life. Fueled by that song--sung by Dan Tyminski of Alison Krauss' Union Station band and lip-synced in the film by George Clooney-- the "O Brother" soundtrack album is becoming a surprise hit itself.
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