Monday, May 09, 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

Internet Phone Company Raises$200 Million in Venture Capital
Vonage's deal constitutes one of the largest single rounds of venture capital financing in the last decade.
By MATT RICHTEL

After Cost-Cutting, MCI Posts a Small Loss
MCI Inc. posted a small loss in the first quarter as it made deep cost cuts to offset steep declines in revenue.
By KEN BELSON

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

A Wealth of Materials That Say'Material Wealth'
New colors and new choices of leather and steel have brought a new approach to interior d├ęcor, especially to American vehicles.
By PHIL PATTON

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

I.B.M. Job Cuts Will Hit Europe Especially Hard
I.B.M.'s job cuts will fall heaviest on Germany, France, Britain and Italy, where the costs are high and growth prospects have been dim.
By MARK LANDLER

Programs That Start When XP Does
My Windows XP machine takes forever to start up. How can I tell what programs are loading during the start-up process?
By J.D. BIERSDORFER

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