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AROUND THE WEB
- The NSA and the Corrosion of Silicon Valley
By Michael Dearing - Monday Dec 30, 2013
- More Aluminum Cars? Not So Fast
Monday Jul 31, 2017
Aluminum may not be the new steel, according to a new study, as auto makers’ use of a single predominant lightweight material such as aluminum in vehicles like Ford’s F-150 pickup is giving way to a patchwork of materials replacing heavier sheet metal.
- Byron Buxton is the complete package and Yankees nightmare
By Kevin Kernan - Tuesday Oct 3, 2017
There is no way the Yankees can lose to the Twins in this AL wild-card game on Tuesday night at Yankee Stadium, right? If the stunning upset occurs, you can be sure Byron Buxton will be in the middle of the winning action for the Twins. He’s a five-tool emerging star who can wreck the...
- Byron Buxton exits with back injury after making catch at wall
By Fred Kerber - Wednesday Oct 4, 2017
The Yankees had tied it in the first and now in the second, they looked about ready to begin another uprising as Todd Frazier transformed a 3-2 Ervin Santana slider into a fly to deep — real deep — center. But that’s the personal patrol ground of Minnesota’s Byron Buxton, who retreated, leaped and caught....