No silicon lining after Amazon’s ‘cloud’ computer crash wipes customers data
Businesses that used Amazon’s huge cloud computer network have been told last week’s catastrophic crash permanently erased data from many of those affected.
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Ames schools restructures core programs to help students succeed
Adam Lane’s attendance isn’t required for James Webb’s first period advanced placement language and composition class at Ames High School. The senior has first period free, and he’s not even enrolled in the class, but he gets up early and comes anyway.
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Political Notebook: Budget wars fought again over breakfast
Elections chief steps down; Franchot visits Elkridge during statewide tour With a possible gas tax increase looming in the fall special session of the Maryland General Assembly, the battle between Howard County’s Democrats and Republicans over state spending erupted anew at a Chamber of Commerce breakfast forum.
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