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From The Editor In Chief
Remote sensing is being used to find the perfect grapes
New sensor could mean safer land mine detection
Digital baseball cards hit the World Wide Web
A “smart” office tries to prove its worth
The Invisible Computer: Why Good Products Can Fail, the Personal Computer Is So Complex, and Information Appliances Are the Solution
Insisting On The Impossible: The Life of Edwin Land, Inventor of Instant Photography
Charging Ahead: An Electric Car that Goes the Distance
The Man Who Loved Only Numbers: The Story of Paul Erdös and the Search for Mathematical Truth
Lessons from Innovations Past
The jury is still out on how valuable computers are for education–so let’s not succumb to political fashion and rush to wire all our students.
When it comes to reporting on cancer “breakthroughs,” journalists fall back on the same old myths.
Beware the high-tech hubris of a venture capitalist who doesn’t understand the political game.
Despite its one-lane avenue of sensory impact, radio beats television and the Web at conveying memorable information and deep feeling.
When research lab sites strut their stuff online, they leave their imagination behind.
MIT’s Best and Brightest