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  • To Stream, Perchance to Heal

    Private funding flows to a U.S. company developing an integrated circuit to power mobile television. Plus, heath-care technology companies receive a financial transfusion.

  • Notes on the Counterculture

    How the anti-war and countercultural movements in the late ’60s and early ’70s affected geekdom.

  • Memo to Washington: Save the Data.

    The National Archives’ lack of speed in preserving digital federal records, existing in 16,000 different formats, could lead to serious data losses.

  • Push(y) E-Mail

    Businesses should beware the danger of incoming distractions.

  • LimeWire's Live Wire

    Open-source advocate Mark Gorton went from options-trading to file-sharing.

  • Digital Media Make Their Mark

    More than 50 percent of all U.S. households now have a DVD player, wireless phone, and Internet access. But only 25 percent have broadband.

  • Same Ethernet: Different Card

    Level 5 Networks says it has a networking card that’s much faster than an Ethernet connection – and compatible with it.

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