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We need to save the diversity of the individual.
Memory holds us together. That’s why it’s crucial to record the DNA of every species-and to archive the Internet.
Efforts to find Peace Corps-like roles for technologists gain momentum.
Scientists’ curiosity often turns them into world travelers. But the ease of travel makes it hard to really get away.
Planting networked sensors in the wilderness will help us understand ecosystems we want to protect.
Isn’t it about time architecture began to fully accommodate sensible automation in the home and workplace?
When will the marriage of Web and words create a richer language?
We should cherish leisure technologies (think piano, not PlayStation) that are hard to learn.
Frolicking with penguins on the Internet reminds us of our bond with beasts.
Sensors that monitor vital signs will turn our “sick-care” system into one that preserves wellness.