Saturday, May 07, 2005


A New Photoshop Makes Retouching Reality (Somewhat) Easier
Adobe Photoshop, the world's most popular photo-editing software, has added some new features. What could it possibly have been lacking?
By DAVID POGUE

In Kansas, Darwinism Goes on Trial Once More
Kansas is poised to push through new science standards this summer requiring that Darwin's theory be challenged in the classroom.
By JODI WILGOREN

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

Taxis to Go High Tech With Credit Cards and Commercials
Riders will have to wait longer until they can use credit cards in all New York City taxicabs, and they may have to endure commercials in the back seat.
By SEWELL CHAN

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

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

Spending for a Rainy Day
The umbrella, while a sensible accessory, isn't always the most chic. Until now.
By MICHELLE SLATALLA

Internet Phones Arrive at Home (and Some Need No Computer)
For those with high-speed online connections, Internet calling and videoconferencing are finally taking off. So is the selection of tools.
By DANIEL TERDIMAN

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