If tough love is your thing, you can find a lot to love about Joe Clark. Bullhorn cradled in one arm, a stack of books and papers resting in the other, the 48-year-old principal of Eastside High in down-at-the-heels Paterson, N.J
When is a potato chip not a potato chip? Not when it is “made from potatoes cooked, mashed and dehydrated, resulting in potato granules which are later moistened, rolled out, cut into pieces and fried.” So say officers of the Potato Chip Institute International, which represents almost 400 chip makers from the U.S.
The new portable computers are handy chips off the old block Last summer, when Adam Osborne, former computer columnist turned entrepreneur, put his Osborne 1 computer on the market, small had never seemed so beautiful. Despite its graceless designa cross between a World War II field radio and a shrunken instrument panel of a DC-3the 24-lb.