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  1. Who Is Duncan Watts and Why Is Everything Obvious ... Once You Know the Answer?

    His research on social networks and collective dynamics has appeared in a wide range of journals, from Nature, Science, and Physical Review Letters to the American Journal of Sociology. Drawing on the latest scientific research, along with a wealth...

  2. Founder Berners-Lee Sees Social Media Corrupting His Intent For The Web

    Governments--totalitarian and democratic alike--are monitoring people's online habits, endangering important human rights," he wrote in the latest edition of Scientific American. The issue of Scientific American celebrates the 20th anniversary of...

  3. Professor Lawrence Lessig to Keynote at SES Chicago

    Professor Lessig was also named one of Scientific American's Top 50 Visionaries, for arguing “against interpretations of copyright that could stifle innovation and discourse online. The title of his keynote is “Remix: Making Art and Commerce Thrive...

  4. Search Within a Search: Where's it Leading?

    The American economy could be better. As the scientific axiom goes, correlation does not imply causation. Whether motivated by fear, or just a drive to create a better product, we've witnessed several interesting changes in the search world.

  5. Search Headlines

    Scientific American Dec 24 2002 8:19AM GMT SearchDay is headlines only this week, as we celebrate the season. Happy holidays! NOTE: Article links often change. In case of a bad link, use the publication's search facility, which most have, and...

  6. Search Headlines

    Scientific American Dec 24 2002 8:19AM GMT ======================== SearchDay is headlines only this week, as we celebrate the season. Happy holidays! NOTE: Article links often change. In case of a bad link, use the publication's search facility...

  7. Vanishing Act: The U.S. Government's Disappearing Data

    According to the American Library Association, the Department of Energy has removed 9,000 scientific research papers that contain keywords such as "nuclear" or "chemical" and "storage" from national laboratory web sites and is reviewing them to...