- Alternative capitalization of radar
“RADAR is the brainchild of Maer Roshan, one of NYC's top young (ish) editors, and a former protege of Tina Brown (Maer was her deputy at TALK magazine).”
“RADAR is new, and will be publishing, I think 5 times this year, or so, then every other week next year (apparently, that's the way new mags work).”
“And do it with what INNOVATION calls the RADAR team that tracks the news for the online operations.”
“Gregg Friedman, a 46-year-old chiropractor from Phoenix, recently signed up for a third-party application called RADAR to track how his 17-year-old son uses his BlackBerry.”
“I'm not sure if it will be as good as Mystitool, but there is something called RADAR HUD which tells you who is in both chat and longer range, and it's free.”
“The result is that they banded together and formed a grass-roots group called RADAR that would take the message about this film door-to-door, laptop-to-laptop in a way that could potentially rival big-budget ad campaigns.”
“Hmm ... sounds like someone took the idea of RADAR, MRI, and some other fun things, threw in some atomic energy mumbojumbo, came up with a generic very non-specific patent, and wonder of wonders got it through the US Patent office.”
“By the way, there is one homeopathic software program called RADAR that has been around for around 15 years, and it is in its 10th edition because they continue to update its body of information (materia medica and repertory).”
“ANA MARIE COX, WASHINGTON EDITOR, "RADAR": Well, to be totally fair, I have to say I think that, number one, people don't realize what an expensive hobby that hockey is.”
“EDITOR, "RADAR" MAGAZINE: Well, I ` ve heard them called the number-one threat to health in this country.”
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