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Rebecca Allen’s installation is a world inhabited by intelligent animated creatures–and you
IBM tests the feel of a micromechanical chip
Rare manuscripts on CD-ROM
The Baltimore Case: A Trial of Politics, Science, and Character
The Pattern on the Stone: The Simple Ideas that Make Computers Work
The Next World War: Computers Are the Weapons and the Front Line is Everywhere
The New Engineer: Managemnet and Professional Responsibility in a Changing World
One word: celluloid
Even with computers crawling out of every closet, we don’t seem to be working fewer hours at the office or achieving more. Where aree the “electronic bulldozers” that will free us from routine office toil?
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?
Misguided federal largesse has created an R&D welfare state that does little to promote innovation. It’s time for a revolution.
The opposable thumb helps make us human, yet our technology is relegating dexterity to the sidelines. How should we handle the change?
Sarah Slaughter on the chaotic collaboration of construction.