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August 21, 1994 | David Colker, David Colker is a staff writer in The Times' Valley office and writes the Cyburbia computer column in Life & Style
The Miller brothers, Rand and Robyn of Spokane, were unlikely candidates to be the first super stars of the CD-ROM world. They were neither obsessed by computers at an early age nor were they any better than mediocre students in school. They were never pocket protector-wearing nerds, and the churchgoing brothers were certainly never part of the hacker underground. But they shared an appreciation for storytelling and had well-developed imaginations.
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August 21, 1994 | David Colker, David Colker is a staff writer in The Times' Valley office and writes the Cyburbia computer column in Life & Style
The Miller brothers, Rand and Robyn of Spokane, were unlikely candidates to be the first super stars of the CD-ROM world. They were neither obsessed by computers at an early age nor were they any better than mediocre students in school. They were never pocket protector-wearing nerds, and the churchgoing brothers were certainly never part of the hacker underground. But they shared an appreciation for storytelling and had well-developed imaginations.
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ENTERTAINMENT
January 11, 1996 | AARON CURTISS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
If only I knew how to spell that noise Homer Simpson makes when he's in ecstasy. You know? That passionate gargle, accompanied by half-closed eyes and hanging tongue, inspired by a box of doughnuts or a stick of butter. That noise more or less sums up how I feel about Rebel Assault II, the latest Star Wars game from LucasArts for the PC and Mac. More than just a sequel to Rebel Assault, the game takes computer entertainment to new levels.
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August 24, 1997 | JOCELYN Y. STEWART, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Authorities were still trying to determine Saturday if a stolen car that traveled in the wrong direction on the 605 Freeway in the City of Industry, causing a crash that killed two people and injured two others Friday, had been the object of a brief police chase shortly before the collision. "There is no way at this point that we can confirm that they are one and the same vehicle," said Baldwin Park Police Lt. Bob Curtis.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 3, 2002 | F. KATHLEEN FOLEY, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
"Saturday Night at the Palace," the inaugural production of the Furious Theatre Company, may not be a perfect debut. However, it is an ambitious and richly rendered effort by an impressive new group that bears watching. The group's new performance space, part of a former plastic-container factory in Pasadena, has been handsomely reconfigured into a 99-seat black-box theater, the backdrop for set designer Melissa Teoh's minutely rendered re-creation of a flyspecked roadhouse.
BUSINESS
December 17, 1995 | MARTHA GROVES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Knowledge society. Knowledge economy. Knowledge workers. Pundits are fond of reminding us that knowledge is today's most crucial commodity. Brainpower, not brawn, is behind the technological advances--Pentium chips, laptop computers, genetic engineering, wireless communications--that make headlines. It would stand to reason then that arriving at how to manage knowledge workers--who by 2000 could account for as much as a third of the U.S. work force--would be a key to whipping the competition.
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