Saturday, May 07, 2005


As the iPod Stays Hot, It Risks Losing Its Cool
President George W. Bush listens to an iPod, it was learned recently. How uncool is that?
By KEN BELSON

California Dreaming: A True Story of Computers, Drugs and Rock'n'Roll
John Markoff makes a convincing case that for the ubergeeks in the 1960's, approaching drugs as they might any other potentially helpful tool was only natural.
By ANDREW LEONARD

A Blog Revolution? Get a Grip
Nick Denton, publisher of Gawker Media and its growing list of popular Web logs, is one of the most watched entrepreneurs in the business.
By TOM ZELLER Jr.

Microsoft to Lease Some Ideas to Start-Ups
Microsoft said that it would license its home-grown ideas to venture capital firms and entrepreneurs, in an effort to open its technology to outsiders.
By STEVE LOHR

Off the Couch, Deeper Into the Psyche
Reviews of three new adventure games: Psychonauts, White Chamber and Still Life.
By CHARLES HEROLD

Earth Has Become Brighter, but No One Is Sure Why
The brightening could partly explain the record-high global temperatures reported in the late 1990's, and it could accelerate the planet's warming trend.
By KENNETH CHANG

Time Travelers to Meet in Not Too Distant Future
Some students at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have organized what they call the first time traveler convention.
By PAM BELLUCK

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