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From the Editor In Chief
A Heisenbergian cipher nears practicality
Fly the Web to really get somewhere
Forget your PIN and look the ATM in the eye
Forensic Science: A neural network helps hunt for serial killers
We Were Burning: Japanese Entrepreneurs and the Forging of the Electronic Age
InfoSense: Understanding Information to Survive in the Knowledge Society
The Patent Files: Dispatches form the Frontiers of Invention
What Remains To Be Discovered: Mapping the Secrets of the Universe
A “ridiculously simple” device keeps airplanes aloft.
Why didn’t we see the problem coming? We didn’t think the old programs would last and we were too excited developing future applications. In other words, we blew it.
Embryonic stem cells could someday work like micoscopic fountains of youth. Then again, what’s so great about immortality?
With Japan on the ropes, the chieftains of U.S. high-tech now must worry about the competitive threat from, believe it or not, Europe.
In Which the Author Worries: Can I Be Replaced?
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