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They convened in the mountains, formed a new society, and signed their declaration. Meet the folks who want us to go to Mars.
Could an insurgent band of programmers, motivated not by profit but by the ideal of “free software,” undermine Microsoft’s control of the computer desktop?
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The potential is mindboggling–from wristwatch-sized reference libraries to submarines in your blood. But there’s plenty of hype, too. A Pioneer in the field sorts the feasible from the fictional.
A collector of vintage radios discovers the thrill of online auctions.
A new recipe for asphalt could give highway engineers the tools to repave the world.
A little-known group that holds closed meetings is the closest thing the Web has to a central authority. TR, offers the first in-depth look at this crucial player in the Web’s future.