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Our November story on technology’s failure in Iraq inspired a lot of mail.
Will the U.S. be forced to cash out?
Some illuminating numbers alarm us.
Wikipedia’s founder likes the mess.
This startup’s prize is health, not youth.
The latest advances in telematics.
Yesterday’s masters have much to teach
Short items of interest
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New publications, experiments, and breakthroughs – and what they mean.
SynCardia Systems of Tucson, AZ, has built a bridge for patients awaiting transplants.
Smart Web ads could restore the balance between publishers, their audience, and advertisers.
To understand the market for gadgets, you need to understand fashion.
Why getting more gadgets won’t necessarily increase our well-being.
President Bush wants to give NASA a second life. Good.
Technology’s gift of mindlessness and painlessness.
Sometimes it makes sense to give away your core assets.
Advance diplomacy may help the Japanese giant sidestep opposition to nanoparticle manufacturing.
Critics say the U.S. military is wasting millions on a doomed AIDS-vaccine trial in Thailand
Maurice Wilkins’s early fascination with DNA was essential to the discovery of the double helix.