Sunday, June 05, 2005


A Software Key to Lock Up Data
I keep a spreadsheet file on my laptop with the passwords to all my online accounts and the Social Security numbers of my family members. How do I protect it?
By J.D. BIERSDORFER

Your Body Is Trying to Tell You Something. So Start Listening.
The Bodybugg is an attempt to create an activity monitor that people would be willing to wear during most of their waking hours.
IAN AUSTEN

A Great Idea That's All in the Wrist
The translation of human will into machine movement via a single stick may be one of the most overlooked achievements of the last 100 years.
By TOM ZELLER Jr.

Loosing Google's Lock on the Past
Embarrassing moments live forever online. But learn to work with the Web, not against it, and you could reshape your cyberhistory.
By STEPHANIE ROSENBLOOM

TV's Future Is Here, but It Needs Work
What if you could tap into an enormous library of video over the Internet for viewing on your television at your convenience? Akimbo is a service promising just that.
By DAVID POGUE

If You Can Make It in Silicon Valley, You Can Make It . . . in Silicon Valley Again
For high-tech entrepreneurs who hit it big in the 1990's, once isn't enough.
By GARY RIVLIN

Making Sponsors Walk the Plank
Any company that tries to pull a fast one on an increasingly media-savvy populace should first consider the power of blogs.
By DAN MITCHELL

Apple Plans to Switch From I.B.M. to Intel for Chips
The move is a chesslike gambit in a turf war that pits the personal computer industry against an emerging world of consumer electronics focused on the digital home.
By JOHN MARKOFF and STEVE LOHR

EBay Agrees to Purchase Shopping.com
EBay, the online marketplace, agreed to buy Shopping.com, an online comparison shopping site, for$620 million.
By GARY RIVLIN