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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
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    A CUT ABOVE

    Donna Baker, named president of the Gemological Institute of America in November, stands beside a rutilated quartz crystal unearthed in Brazil. The art piece, which took seven years to create, now hangs at the institute\'s worldwide headquarters in Carlsbad, Calif. CNS Photo by Sean DuFrene. Read the story

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    MARITIME ENGINEERING

    M Ship Co. co-founder and Executive Director Bill Burns on a glassy San Diego Bay. In the background is Stiletto, the prototype military warship that Burns helped develop. CNS Photo by Howard Lipin. Read the story

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    UNORTHODOX DESIGN

    The bottom of the boat has tunnels that channel the bow wave, generating both hydrodynamic and aerodynamic lift. CNS Photo by Howard LipinRead the story

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    SMALL-BIZ WORLD

    Electra Motorsports owner Kevin Heath, left, and manager Jeff Van Stone inspect their go-karts at their Santee, Calif., shop. The vehicles are built at the shop Heath opened in China. CNS Photo by John Gastaldo. Read the story

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    WIRELESS WALLET

    NFC, also known as Near Field Communications, takes its name from its extremely short-range wireless transmissions. The technology is beginning to pop up across the country. CNS Illustration by Cristina Martinez Byvik. Read the story

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    OXYGEN ON THE GO

    Inset, SeQual\'s Eclipse is a 17-pound oxygen generator the size of a backpack. Main picture, Jody Watson of SeQual works on a filtration unit. CNS Photo by Earnie Grafton. Read the story

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    TOUCH THE SKY

    Phil Thalheimer has seen San Diego Flight Training grow to a $2.5 million business. CNS Photo by Laura Embry.Read the story

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    TOUGH GUYS

    Several tough devices, in addition to the Verizon G\'zOne phone (shown at the mercy of ocean waves), are being marketed to outdoors-loving consumers. CNS Photo by Sean M. Haffey.
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    GOING SQUARE

    New golf clubs with square faces are designed to shoot straighter, but not everyone believes it. Seen here is the $499 Callaway FT-i. CNS Photo by Scott Linnett. Read the story

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    POWER POINTLESS

    Along with PowerPoint\'s potential for strong presentations comes the risk of torture by tedium. CNS Illustration by Scott Adrian Hinton. Read the story

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    HD RADIO

    About 1,000 radio stations in the U.S. broadcast HD programming. CNS Photo. Read the story

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    KNOW WAY

    Can video games make us smarter? CNS Illustration by Jacie Landeros. Read the story

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