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City entrepreneur creates New Britain Web site

Wednesday, December 30, 2009 10:36 PM EST
By JAMES CRAVEN

NEW BRITAIN — If necessity is the mother of invention, then tedium and a bad economy must be close sisters.

The bad economy and slow business climate left local entrepreneur Tom Matuszewski with some time on his hands but like many creative people, he quickly put his mind back to work and came up with an idea for city residents looking for information.< /p>

“The Best of New Britain Web site came about because I was looking for some local information and couldn’t find it,” Matuszewski said.

The owner of Trydella, a Web design company at 122 Main St., Matuszewski decided city residents needed a one-stop Web site where information was free and easy to find.

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Web 2.0 Shows Signs of Becoming Bubble 2.0

There were numerous trade shows here and there this week. In San Francisco we had Web 2.0 Expo, a joint effort by CMP Technology and O'Reilly Media. It was all about the vague entity called Web 2.0.

From what I could tell, it was an event for people who wanted to get rich quick in tech and get out quick. Oh, and it was obviously for people between the ages of 22 and 29. If you are over 30, you're already a loser.

The event, which highlighted new media, contrasted nicely with the National Association of Broadcasters show in Las Vegas at the same time. Looked like old vs. new media to me.

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Discussion of social problems drags down girls, study finds

By Denise Gellene, LATimes Staff Writer
5:14 PM PDT, July 17, 2007

Constant teenage venting over crushes, popularity or other personal problems may lead to anxiety and depression in girls -- but not in boys, according to new research.

A study of 813 students ages 8 to 15 in the journal Developmental Psychology this month found that excessive discussions and ruminations about problems strengthened friendships for both sexes, but those tighter bonds came at a cost for girls.

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