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Jason Perlow: One Router to Connect Them All
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- News.com special report
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- Larry Dignan: Tech policy and presidential politics: Is it a vote getter?
- Andrew Nusca: Joe Biden loves RIAA, DRM; hates encryption, George Bush
Michael Krigsman: Office 2.0: 'conversations' prevent IT failure
- Oliver Marks: Office 2.0: Eating our own dogfood...
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- Intuit: software and services. Are you kidding me?
- SAP: show the love your customers crave
- Get those ToS sorted
Jennifer Leggio: The ugly truth: Satan, social networks and security
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Dana Blankenhorn: When is open source just throwing it all away?
Jason O'Grady: 2008 MacBook Pro concept
Heather Clancy: Tech distie Ingram Micro teams up with EPEAT
- Google journeys to the center of the earth (well not quite) with latest alternative energy foray
- Harry Fuller: Are we seeing a serious greening of Colorado? Sure seems that way.
- There's one fossil fuel that is becoming more abundant, thanks to technology
Paul Murphy: An argument about switching costs
The Social: Facebook appears to be controlling ‘wall spam’
Robin Harris: IDF and the new Mac notebooks
Dana Blankenhorn: What good are gross hospital statistics?
Ed Gottsman: Something you're going to want to smack