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November 4, 2001 | DANA PARSONS
The Fox television network has brought us the World Series, putting some of its most visionary people on the job. How do I know? Because, realizing that many people get bored watching baseball on TV, Fox has come up with a brilliant way to engage the audience. At key moments during the game, a logo appears on screen, asking viewers to log on and address a pressing question. The first time I saw it, the question was: "Should the manager remove the pitcher from the game?"
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November 4, 2001 | DANA PARSONS
The Fox television network has brought us the World Series, putting some of its most visionary people on the job. How do I know? Because, realizing that many people get bored watching baseball on TV, Fox has come up with a brilliant way to engage the audience. At key moments during the game, a logo appears on screen, asking viewers to log on and address a pressing question. The first time I saw it, the question was: "Should the manager remove the pitcher from the game?"
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November 27, 1999 | RALPH KOVEL and TERRY KOVEL, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Housework in the 19th century meant cleaning, cooking, sewing and doing the laundry. If a woman could afford it, the washing and ironing were sent out, or hired help did it at home. The wash for a family of four cost about $2. If the laundry was a household chore, it was usually done on Monday. Clothes were sorted, rinsed, rubbed in soapy water on a washboard and then placed in a second tub of water that was heated on the stove.
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