Imation has unveiled a new line of environmentally friendlier toner cartridges made from recycled and repurposed parts.
The sale of each Earthwise brand cartridge will keep three pounds of waste out of landfills and conserve three quarts of petrole
Even during a holiday week, lots of MinnPost readers found time to comment on topics ranging from offshore oil drilling to the Chinese Olympics, Iran, Iraq — and a slew of nominations for 150 Minnesota moments to forget…
MinnPost readers were moved to comment recently on virtual schools, light rail issues, a potential war with Iran and turmoil in the Attorney General’s office, among other topics. And politics — lots of politics…
Ron Paul’s snubbing by the GOP, Mike Hatch’s era in the Minnesota attorney general’s office, persistent racism and Arne Carlson’s take on this year’s legislative session were among the issues prompting MinnPost readers’ recent comments…
Play the Walker Art Center’s “art as golf” exhibit and you’ll find that some holes are fairly easy; some are impossible. Some are labor-intensive, and more than a few will make you stop and think.
I’ve written this before, but one of the most formative musical experiences of my life was having Peter Jesperson play “Always Look on the Bright Side of Life” from “Monty Python’s Life of Brian” at the end of the night at the old Longhorn Bar in do
Politics & Policy
First, there were 16,000 student entries. Then 400, and now 40. Becca Olene is a finalist who will get a peek inside the famed Googleplex headquarters.
Politics & Policy
By Max Ross | Monday, May 12, 2008 We are defined by the advertisements we see. More than ever marketers and corporations are gathering data on us.
There’s an expectation that doctors be of high moral character. An article in the April 16 edition of the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) calls that into question. The white coat may have turned a shade of gray. Read more…
The headline on Eric Black’s May 2 MinnPost article read: “How you’ve been misled on teen driving fatalities.” After reading Mr.