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From the editor in chief
A manufacturer unveils the first fuel-cell-powered vacuum cleaner.
Silencing critics–but still facing competition–Microsoft receives e-book patent.
Policy: Bush to reevaluate federal dollars for high-tech program.
Medicine: A first generation of fullerene-based drugs is on the way.
A yen for caffeine helped to put the first video camera on the Net.
E-commerce companies make a mistake if they expect us to adapt to them.
When will the marriage of Web and words create a richer language?
For all the talk about “convergence,” multiple media will never coalesce into one supermedium.
If publishing companies’ nefarious plans succeed, libraries will cease to exist.
Faster chips require built-in optics.
Left unchecked, cable firms will funnel Internet traffic to their own content–and the Web won’t be worldly or wise.
How that e-mail gets to your desk.