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Silicon Follies Chapter 16: Looking for a gal who's quick with a vaporizer -- tales of geek dating woe. Salon Technology's serial satire on life, love and work in Silicon Valley continues.
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21st Challenge No. 21 "Microsoft is my shepherd" and other prayers for the digital age. Results of our 21st Challenge competition.
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Web of doom After the Littleton massacre, paranoid media pundits seem blind to the line between the computer screen and reality. That's just what they tell us the killers' problem was.
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The shooters and the shrinks In the wake of the Littleton shootings, the media declared that academic studies prove that computer gaming leads to violence. But where are the studies?
By Mark Boal [05/06/99]

Rematch at the NT vs. Linux corral Mindcraft's test showing Windows NT is faster than Linux evoked a hailstorm of criticism. Now the lab is inviting Linux gurus to participate in another round -- but they charge the shootout is still rigged.
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The April Fools stock hoax caper and the FBI Three pranksters "founded" a fake company for a day. All they wanted to do was raise an alarm about Net investment scams. So why are they being investigated and sued?
By David Zgodzinski [05/05/99]

Pathfinder, we hardly knew ye The long-expected demise of Time Warner's megasite provides a caution to today's high-flying portals. It also offers a clue to frenzied telecommunications takeovers, like AT&T's bid for MediaOne.
By Scott Rosenberg [05/04/99]

Words in your ear Audible's digital Walkman delivers on-demand spoken-word programming like audio books and NPR programs via the Net. But it can only handle so many words at a time.
By Janelle Brown [05/03/99]

The millennium bug bill battle The tech industry's Washington lobby, playing both sides of the aisle, seems to have won the legislation it wants -- for now. But it also made some powerful enemies in the process.
By Jake Tapper [04/30/99]

Mod love With their ears, their computers and a little code, the participants in the Net's "mod tracker" scene are building and sharing their own worlds of sound.
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