Sunday Apr 20, 2014
Archived Article List
  • My own private Internet

    A VPN's virtues far outweigh its potential problems...
  • Getting the Bugs Out

    The ethics of data mining--are there such things?...
  • Novell stays the course

    Novell's new man in charge is confident the network mainstay is headed in the right direction...
  • Beowulf Provides Strength in Numbers

    Making your own beowulf system is hard but not impossible...
  • Making an Unbreakable Code

    No form of communication is completely safe from eavesdropping...
  • Is the World Turning Flat?

    A high cost isn't the only problem with flat screens...
  • A primer on designing more healthful workspaces

    An old phone book will work as a foot rest...
  • Preview

    Explorer adds features, stability...
  • An Implant Nightmare

    These were not dreams, they were virtual-reality advertisements...
  • Stalking the perfect tech career

    What’s with all the certifications?...
  • Burn Down the Internet!

    At least it took a generation for TV to be called a wasteland...
  • Microsoft's Real Problem

    Just-released AD is already behind the competition...
  • King of the TechnoHill

    The author is upstaged by his younger ...uncle?...
  • The Gender Gap in High Tech

    The idea that women have no place in tech should go the way of a similar belief about women in business....
  • Auction Blocked

    Sure enough, I found a 1981 Cadillac with a starting bid of $5. OK, it was missing a few extras--like an engine....
  • Linux grows up, Apple sales soar

    Land speed record falls as Windows 2000 professional cruises along at 104mbps; Microsoft learns to speak; Project 2000 hits retail; Linux growth curve way up; Apple sales continue to boom; HP rolls out Mac-specific DeskJet Printer; Connectix releases Re...
  • The Sharper Image

    The Nik Sharpener is a worthwhile add-on...
  • Zip-a-dee-doo-dah

    No matter what the capacity of any removable-media device may be, computer users always want more. Perhaps the Zip 250 is Iomega's belated response to these requests...
  • Striking a Blow for Privacy

    Simson garfinkel's "Database Nation" is a call to arms for those concerned about online snoops...
  • Fishing fun without the smell

    EA Sports' Championship Bass is worth mounting...