A new law could give credit card users some relief from predatory practices. Vermont plays a role in several national environmental stories. And candlepin bowling hasn’t disappeared from Vermont — we visit the lanes in Derby.
How Google has changed our expectations for quick access to information
and methods of sharing data, and how it’s stretched our thinking around
digital privacy. Also, the why the state extends "moral obligation debt" to some important institutions; and an essayist is suspicious of all the ways he’s being watched.
Judith Levine is the author of the book "Not Buying it: My Year Without
Shopping". It was published in 2006, but may be even more relevant now
given how so many of us are agonizing over how to cut down expenses in
A new east-west bus service through southern Vermont was launched this morning; the Vermont Yankee nuclear power plant began sending electricity back to the regional power grid early this morning; more…