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September 22, 2006 by

Rupert Goodwins' Diary

There is a corner of some western field that is forever piratical — no matter what Ofcom wants. Then there's religion, batteries and late night Linux

May 27, 2004 by

Wikis' Winning Ways

You may have heard of Weblogs, but chances are wikis haven't hit your radar yet. Both are rapidly evolving examples of what some call social software -- programs that foster a connection to other people and, if they work well, a thriving community.

April 26, 2004 by

GMail foes send mixed messages

The sharp reaction to Google's announcement of the Gmail service earlier this month underscored a deep divide in the tactics and strategies employed by Internet privacy activists.

March 18, 2004 by

Fractal stupidity

COMMENTARY--It is a midwinter Sunday evening on the M4 motorway and I’m heading west from London to Bristol. The headlights of the oncoming cars, and tail-lights of those in front, snake across the countryside far over the horizon.


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