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Wade Roush Guest Contributor

  • Unrest in Cyberspace

    Residents of the virtual world Second Life rise up to protest technical troubles brought on by a burgeoning population.


  • People-Powered Search

    For the legions of Internet users contributing to new “human-assisted search” sites, no job is too small.

  • Messy PCs

    Program makes the virtual desktop like a paper-strewn office.

  • Your Virtual Clone

    Chatterbots from MyCyberTwin can respond to questions about you when you’re not online.

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  • Jott: Calling It In

    Ever had a great idea while you’re stuck in traffic? No problem. Pick up your phone and Jott yourself an e-mail.


  • Divine Disorder on the Desktop

    PC users can be as neat or as messy as they like using a new 3-D computer interface based on video-game technology. But can the new software revitalize the creaky desktop metaphor?



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