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Anything You Can Do, I Can Do Meta

January/February 2007

Charles Simonyi, who built Microsoft Office, says he’s “programming probably harder than ever before.” And it’s not for the money. The billionaire wants to start a revolution in software. By Scott Rosenberg

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On Rules


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    Raising Consciousness

    Some seemingly unconscious patients have startlingly complex brain activity. What does that mean about their potential for recovery? And what can it tell us about the nature of consciousness?
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    China’s Coal Future

    To prevent massive pollution and slow its growing contribution to global warming, China will need to make advanced coal technology work on an unprecedented scale.

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