Todd Bookman en Bonnie And Clyde's Guns, Other Items Go On Auction Nearly 80 years after the deaths of bank robbers Bonnie and Clyde, a few, shall we say, "tools of their trade" are going up for auction. Among them are his Colt .45 and her .38 Special, which could each go for hundreds of thousands of dollars.<p>When former Texas Ranger Frank Hamer eventually caught up with Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow in 1934, a newsreel announcer declared "the inevitable end: retribution. Wed, 26 Sep 2012 07:30:00 +0000 Todd Bookman 14114 at Bonnie And Clyde's Guns, Other Items Go On Auction Medical Technician Might Have Exposed Hundreds To Hepatitis C After five years of crisscrossing the country as a traveling medical technician, David Kwiatkowski landed at New Hampshire's Exeter Hospital in the spring of 2011. A full-time job in the hospital's cardiac unit soon followed.<p>It was at Exeter that federal prosecutors say the 33-year-old began to divert syringes of the drug Fentanyl. They say Kwiatkowski, who was arrested July 19, would inject himself with the painkiller, and then refill syringes with a saline solution. Tue, 31 Jul 2012 09:06:00 +0000 Todd Bookman 11077 at In Noisy Digital Era, 'Elegant' Internet Still Thrives Before Facebook and MySpace transformed how we interact virtually, there was another kind of Internet — a 1980s network, where users connected via phone lines and communicated through simple lines of text.<p>And while that may sound outdated, that version of the Internet is still very much alive.<p><strong>'A Lot More Elegant'</strong><p>Pat McNameeking, a college student in Concord, N.H., is one champion of this throwback social network known as SDF, or Super Dimensional Fortress.<p>McNameeking, who goes by the handle Bulywif, connects to the Internet via an Ethernet cable threaded into his p Tue, 17 Apr 2012 21:44:00 +0000 Todd Bookman 5822 at In Noisy Digital Era, 'Elegant' Internet Still Thrives