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    Readers take stock of our March “Tech and Finance 2005” package.

  • Environmental Heresies

    The founder of The Whole Earth Catalog believes the environmental movement will soon reverse its position on four core issues.

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  • Crash Test Dummies No More

    No more looking before a left-hand turn. Car makers are experimenting with technologies that will warn drivers about impending collisions, and in some cases, take action.

  • Wild Profits

    The Arctic refuge may soon be in the hands of Big Oil. Will it drill clean?

  • Ocean Power Fights Current Thinking

    Corporations are readying the launch pf commercial ventures to generate power using ocean waves. Now, they hope the federal government will also get involved.

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  • Ending the Grid Lock

    Grid computing has long found a following in academia, the financial industry and pharmaceutical enterprises, but other industries have been slow to follow. Until now.

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