The Web´s Unelected Government
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.
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Cholera in Pakistan, Rift Valley fever in Kenya. news of epidemics spreas through the online “CNN of outbreaks.”
Its shops are shuttered, victims of superstore competition. It´s e-commerce or bust.
Some brash startups are trading telecom capacity as if it were pork bellies.
A collector of vintage radios discovers the thrill of online auctions.
The science-fiction dream of laser healing is moving closer to reality.
A new recipe for asphalt could give highway engineers the tools to repave the world.
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.
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September 23-25, 2014