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Nuclear power plant suspension hurts; getting energy right is hard

Electricity is much more complicated than flipping a switch to light a room or power up a computer. We don’t think about electrical power in our homes and workplaces until it isn’t there because of an outage – or we learn we’re among utility customers who have paid $4.7 billion for two new nuclear reactors that likely won’t produce a watt of power.

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Feeling insecure in an electronic junk mail age

Joel Allen takes a humorous look at how junk mail has changed through the years as paper has given way to email. Having your email account hacked can lead to angry friends, or worse.
Joel Allen Special to The (Myrtle Beach) Sun News
Feeling insecure in an electronic junk mail age 1:25

Feeling insecure in an electronic junk mail age

Here is what a Lowcountry eclipse looks like from 8,500 feet 0:40

Here is what a Lowcountry eclipse looks like from 8,500 feet

Drone footage captures baseball game timelapse during solar eclipse in Columbia, S.C. 1:42

Drone footage captures baseball game timelapse during solar eclipse in Columbia, S.C.

Watch an SC town go from day to night during total solar eclipse 2:16

Watch an SC town go from day to night during total solar eclipse