DOUGLAS QUENQUA

writer and editor

Help for eBay Shoppers Who Can’t Spell

24typo.650A handful of new Web sites are out to help shoppers save money by searching eBay for misspelled brand names.

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Good Deeds: The Backlash

27service-190Schools have trimmed community service hours for high school students, hoping they will aim for quality, not quantity.

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2008

All items published by Douglas Quenqua in 2008.

Eating Healthy, Even At Your Desk

The Extended Life Of Monty Python

Good Deeds: The Backlash

Help for eBay Shoppers Who Can’t Spell

HSBC Sponsors Entire Issue Of New York Magazine

A Way To Save and Still Have Crisp Clothes

Folgers Markets A New Coffee to Cost-cutting Home Brewers

Picking Winners by the Popularity of Paraphernalia

Citi’s Sports Marketing Strategy Turns Its Focus to Stars-to-be

Tofu Noodles Get a Lift From Hungry-Girl.com

Forthright or Clueless? Kathie Lee Draws Fire

A Rare CD by Today’s Hot Boy Band: Bids Start at $160. Do I Hear $200?

The Vampires Are Coming, but Only After Months Of Warnings

The Force Lives On, As Do The Toys

Merchants Cheer Sunday Booze Sales As Blue Laws Fall

A Venerable Sports Paper Plays Catch-Up

To Create Its Hits, A Company Takes Its Toys On Tour

A New Twist On Balloon Sculpture

In A Weak Economy, Quirky Restaurant Ads Yield To Tried and True

Sending in the Marines (to Recruit Women)

Revising a Name, but Not a Familiar Slogan

Saying ‘Will You’ for Prizes, on the Web

Filed under: 2008, CNN Money, Douglas Quenqua, New York Times,

OTHER ARTICLES

Fastest Star in the Galaxy Got an Unusual Start

Mothers' Sounds Are Building Blocks for Babies' Brains

Sweetest Violins Explained: Holes Fill in the Blanks

Fossils Expand the Menagerie of Jurassic Mammals

Unchanged for More Than Two Billion Years

Training the Mind Not to Wander

Leading a Mouse to Drink, or Not

Snake Ancestors Probably Had Legs

Study Suggests Earlier Use of Tools by Hominids

Extreme Migration: Geese Hug the Himalayas

A Computer That Knows When to Hold 'Em

The Great Carnivores of Europe

Higher Living, Thanks to Barley

Are Some Professions Less Honest? Bank On it, Say Scientists

Rapidly Evolving Feet Do Not Fail Lizard Species

Papers That Are Most Cited Aren't Most Famous

Overseas Trade Alters a Lizard's Stocks

A Threat Is Seen in Puma's Isolation

The Hummingbird's Special Sweet Tooth

Giving the Milky Way a New Sense of Place

The Moon is (Slightly) Flat, Scientists Say

Men Can Be Such Worms (and Vice Versa)

Clues to the Origins of Big Cats

Watch Out for Falling Space Junk and Asteroids

A Dog's Tail Wag Says a Lot, to Other Dogs

High-Flying Tourism, Toddlers Who Read Faces

Scientists Go Back to Work and a Skull Changes Minds

Pace Setting Cells Linked to Slower Heartbeat

Electric Droplets and a Secret to Long Life (in Rats, anyway)

How Young Mice Tell Older Ones, "Get Lost"

Looking for Lincoln, and an Early Fish Fossil

Male Sensitivity Written in the Genes

Hyperactivity Linked to Inner Ear Defect

New Studies Suggest an Adam and Eve Link

The Stuff of Those Visions in Clinical Death

Study Finds Spatial Reasoning Is Early Sign of Creativity

Rickets Plagued Children of the Medicis

One Early Bird Restores Lineage of Another

A Mosquito that Won't Ruin a Barbecue

3-D Help for Printing and Vanishing Amphibians

Oyster Shells Are Antacid to Oceans

How Much Exercise to Work Off this Sandwich?

CO2 Buildup Could Mean Rougher Flights

Protein in Alzheimer's Linked to Down Syndrome

Existential Animal News and the World's Lightest Solid

Detecting Heat Stress in Cows

It's Not Magnets: The Secrets Behind that Rube Goldberg Video

Speaking His Mind, Beyond the Forecast

As Restaurants Cut Salt, Some See Reason to Pass

Condescending Corporate Brand Page Wants to Engage With You, Condescendingly

Study Shows Teenagers Not More Likely to Have Oral Sex First

Should Your Dog Be Watching TV?

Happy to Be a Stay-At-Home Dad

When Today's Deal Is Tomorrow's Regret

Back to School, Not on Campus but in a Beloved Museum

Men, Once Again, Invest in Skin Care

South Pole Worker Stranded After Stroke

Stubble Trimmers Give Men the After-5 Look

Alphabet Soup

Flag Soared to the Moon, but Not Bids for 3 Scraps
Shreds From Moon History On The Block

Don't Be So Fast to Start the Weekend

Hey, Hey, They're the Monkees

Upload a Prom Dress Photo, and Hope for the Best

Graduating From Lip Smackers

Another Trump Hopes What Glitters Will Be Gold

I Need to Vent. Hello, Facebook.

The Mouse That Roared.

A Very Kosher Night Out

A Best Friend, Yes. Best Runner, Maybe Not.

Blowing Smoke At A Ban

Mixing Meaty Cocktails With a Shot of Celebrity

One Rude Turn Deserves A Swat

To Harvest Squash, Click Here

Guardians of Their Smiles

The Phone Becksons: Got Game?

Holding Court

ABOUT DOUGLAS QUENQUA

Currently Editor in Chief of Campaign US, former writer for the New York Times, Fast Company, Columbia Magazine, Redbook, The New York Observer, Wired, the New York Post and others. I write about media, science, culture, lifestyle and tech. Every so often, I post my writing here. It's pronounced Kwen'-kwah. Contact: Doug [dot] Quenqua [@] gmail.com

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