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Communications Archive

  • Spam to Go

    New technologies aim to curb mobile-phone marketing onslaught.

  • Declaration of An Artist

    American Dream, a massive three-part sculpture based on the Declaration of Independence, is bringing sculptor Rob Fisher ‘61 the recognition he deserves.

  • Engineering Education Reformed

    A project-based curriculum developed by the Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics better prepares students for industry and is attracting attention from around the world.

  • A Better Way To Squelch Spam?

    An open-source scheme would impose a computational “cost” on junk mailers while leaving legitimate users of e-mail alone.

  • The Christian Media Counterculture

    Evangelical Christians are using the new media environment to promote their own worldview and protect their traditions from what they see as a secular onslaught.

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  • Disruptive Incrementalism

    Sometimes a cosmetic change can be the innovation that makes a product catch fire.

  • Dazzling Display

    A new e-book reader has a screen that looks like paper and ink. The secret: lots of tiny, fluid-filled balls

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