For the Week of
February 8-14, 2006
Cover Story: Succumb Here Often?:
Pickup artists are using Neuro-Linguistic Programming to drop lines scientifically designed to work every time. Is any barfly safe?
News: Beyond Alito:
The abortion debateand feminist politicsneeds a shake-up.
The Fly: Déjà vu for SJPD chief Davis.
Silicon Alleys: Dennis Erectus: A Monument.
Techsploits: Son of Dotcom.
Rev: Though surveillance can be frustrating for paranoid people like meI mean, what's next, tickets for jaywalking using facial-recognition patterns to identify us?technology goes both ways.
Naked Cities: Tracey Snelling and Michael McMillen fashion miniature worlds at de Saisset show.
Computer Lust: At last, Harrison Ford's 'Firewall' gives IT guys the movie they've been dying for.
Bombs Away: 'Why We Fight' documentary looks at 50 years of murderous defense spending.
Listless: The new documentary '24 Hours on Craigslist' is an infomercial for an online swap meet.
All of Me: A singer/songwriter isn't all that Anya Marina is.
Hyphy Nation: I'm in the building and I'm feeling like yeeee!
Book Box: 'The Best of the Spirit,' 'Myself & the Other Fellow: A Life of Robert Louis Stevenson' and 'Lincoln's Melancholy.'
Can You Believe That Jerk?: Back A Yard brings Jamaica to the peninsula.
Silicon Veggie: Why Veganism?
5 Things: Restaurants Guaranteed To Impress.
Live Feed: Hooters of a Different Kind.
Inheriting The Past: The science vs. creationism controversy won't die in San Jose Stage Company's production of 'Inherit the Wind.'
Quintet: Five women look for a way out of Purgatory in RTE's 'Waiting to Dance.'
New Worlders: SJ Rep's 'Immigrant' tells a familiar tale of arrival.
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