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Many creative people have stayed inventive their whole lives – by redirecting their talents and experience.
The spread of easy electronic fixes to knotty problems can postpone fundamental solutions.
Many young people are using drugs not to drop out but to get ahead.
With their creative uses for hydraulic-powered machines, 12-volt conversion technology, fiberglass, and even herbicides, the Amish have a lot to teach the rest of America. By Ed Tenner
How new tools to detect plagiarism could induce mass writer’s block
Why the metric system may never rule.
Some have it, some don’t.
The AK-47 and Russian engineering.
The history of an Information Age metaphor.
To understand the market for gadgets, you need to understand fashion.