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The New Engineer: Managemnet and Professional Responsibility in a Changing World
The Next World War: Computers Are the Weapons and the Front Line is Everywhere
The Pattern on the Stone: The Simple Ideas that Make Computers Work
The Baltimore Case: A Trial of Politics, Science, and Character
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.
In an exaggerated response to a work of science fiction, the U.S. govenment is set to spend hundreds of millions to fight “bioterrism.” Is this any way to make public policy?
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.
Sarah Slaughter on the chaotic collaboration of construction.