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  • Appendix C: The Invisible Fighter

    Technology Review commissioned a review of Michelle Delio’s work. Appendix C is the report on “The Invisible Fighter,” one of the stories which contains disputed facts.

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    Technology Review commissioned a review of Michelle Delio’s work. Appendix B is examines her work on “The Future Shock”, a story with specific problems with sourcing.

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    Open Source Developers race to get applications and migrations tools in top form before the launch of Microsoft’s next operating system.

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    New ethical guidelines seek to quell debate surrounding researchers’ development of human-animal hybrids, but concerns continue to mount as scientists expand the boundaries of their work.

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    Rearden Commerce hopes to succeed where others have failed by offering the ultimate Web-based services application.

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    New visualization software tools give intelligence officers the ability to create special representations of digital communications. And that, they say, is helping track down terrorists.


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    A congressional decision to cut funding for a controversial laser defense program developed by Northrop Grumman may hasten its deployment in Iraq.

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  • The 'Nature' of Net Viruses

    Canadian ecologists are studying the spread of Internet viruses to better understand the invasion of non-native insects – but can the actions of Web-based interlopers really offer answers on nature’s original hackers?



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