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Thursday, November 1, 2012

Thursday Reading: Using Hurricane Sandy as a Teaching Tool

A variety of consumer-focused articles appears daily in The New York Times and on our blogs. Each weekday morning, we gather them together here so you can quickly scan the news that could hit you in your wallet.

  • Long gas lines, clogged roads after Hurricane Sandy. (N.Y./Region)
  • Technology is changing how students learn. (National)
  • Drug company recalls products amid purity questions. (National)
  • Airlines begin a laborious comeback from storm. (Business)
  • This year, gift ideas in triplicate. (Business)
  • F.C.C. details storm-related cell phone problems. (Business)
  • On Twitter, sifting through falsehoods in critical time. (Business)
  • Governors promote lower deductibles for storm damage. (Business)
  • Relief valves for flooded social networks. (Business)
  • Lookout helps find phones with dead batteries. (Gadgetwise)
  • Bedroom neatness as teen-parent battleground. (Home)
  • Marathon photos often make you look awful. (Thursday Styles)
  • What is your hurricane comfort food? (Well)
  • Hurricane Sandy as a teaching tool. (Motherlode)
  • Let me tell you what's wrong with me. (Booming)
  • A bed and breakfast deal proves popular at hotels. (In Transit)
  • How to drink like Hemingway. (Diner's Journal)