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  1. Visualizing Open Source Contributions
  2. Trio of Super-Earths Discovered
  3. Special Effects Wizard Stan Winston Dead At 62
  4. Road Rage Linked To Automobile Bumper Stickers
  5. How To Convince My Boss Not To Spam?
  6. Wiretapping Law Sparks Rage In Sweden
  7. Top 10 Wired Summer Photos, Decided by Us
  8. Readers Pick Top 10 Wired.com Summer Photos
  9. June 17, 1867: Lister Cuts Clean, Saves Lives
  10. Games Without Frontiers: 'Spore' Releases the Pixar in You
  11. AP Files 7 DMCA Takedowns Against Drudge Retort
  12. Wired.com Photo Contest: Squares
  13. Why You Should Download Firefox 3 Right Now
  14. Webmonkey Picks: Top Firefox 3 Extensions
  15. Drudge Retort Episode Highlights 'Fair Use' Uncertainties
  16. Cancer Stem Cells Could Cause Tumors, Be Key to Cure
  17. Review: 'Political Machine 2008' Makes Politics Fun
  18. Apple's SproutCore, OSS Javascript-Based Web Apps
  19. Visual-Effects Pioneer Stan Winston Dead at 62
  20. Ex-CEO of Broadcom Pleads Not Guilty to 25 Charges
  21. UCITA By the Back Door
  22. Astronomers Find Three Super-Earth Planets Near Barren Star
  23. Ex-CEO of Broadcom Pleads Not Guilty to 25 Charges
  24. XP Deathwatch, T Minus 2 Weeks
  25. MySpace Wins Another Verdict Against Alleged Spammer
  26. Diesels Crush All Challengers at Le Mans
  27. 'The Happening': Science Fact or Science Fiction?
  28. Adobe Q2 Earnings Jump Like an Acrobat, Up 41 Percent
  29. R2-D2 Monitors Your Web Servers
  30. Computer Art For a CS Dept Office?
  31. Romans Used 20-Sided Dice Two Millennia Before D&D
  32. White House Wins Ruling On E-mail Records
  33. Bone-Headed IT Mistakes
  34. Visualizing Open Source Contributions
  35. Ex-Broadcom CEO Pleads Not Guilty to Drug, Fraud Charges
  36. Scientists Link Brain Symmetry, Sexual Orientation
  37. Trio of Super-Earths Discovered
  38. Do Women Write Better Code?
  39. Credit-Crunch Angels: They're Still Out There
  40. Hacker**** Volume 1: Internet Blackout
  41. Nokia Unveils "World's Thinnest" QWERTY Smartphone
  42. Corporate Behemoth Keeps Ripping "Real"
  43. Hands On With Nvidia's New GTX 280 Card
  44. IPhone Deploys Drone Squadron. Can Missiles Be Far Behind?
  45. Taking the Wii Controller to the Next Level
  46. Trending Low-Volume Google Searches with Gootrude
  47. Tin Whiskers — Fact Or Fiction?
  48. Internet Suicide Case Goes to Federal Court
  49. Bezos Buries Patent Office in Paper
  50. FCC Chairman Supports Sirius/XM Merger
  51. Do Women Write Better Code?
  52. GE Microbes Make Ersatz Crude Oil From Many Sources
  53. Nuclear Warhead Blueprints On Smugglers' Computers
  54. Clash of the Titans Over USB 3.0 Specification Process
  55. June 16, 1884: Roller Coasters -- A Technology With Plenty of Ups and Downs
  56. Gallery: The Coolest Coasters From Around the Globe
  57. Clash of the Titans Over USB 3.0 Specification Process
  58. Survey: Record Number of Americans Use Net for Politics
  59. Intel Shows Off Quake Wars, Ray Traced
  60. Intel Shows Off Quake Wars, Ray Traced
  61. Should Government Aircraft Spray Chemicals on Residential Areas?
  62. User Not Found, Email Drops Silently
  63. Motorola Intros New Bluetooth Headset Ahead of Hands-Free Law
  64. Battlefield Earth: An Interview With The Dandy Warhols
  65. A 30-Picowatt Processor For Sensors
  66. Tin Whiskers — Fact Or Fiction?
  67. Captain America Lands Titanic Casting Rumor
  68. Batmanime! Gotham Knight Merges Bruce Lee, Memento
  69. Net Neutrality vs. Technical Reality
  70. Geohashing Meets an Angry Rancher With Firearms
  71. Early Look At ASUS Eee PC 901 With Intel Atom CPU
  72. BPI Defends Anti-File-Sharing Partnership With Virgin Media
  73. Verizon Cutting Access To Entire Alt.* Usenet Hierarchy
  74. Anti-Technology Technologies?
  75. MPAA Wants To Prevent Recording Movies On DVRs
  76. Darling Brothers, UK Indie Game Devs, Upgraded to CBE
  77. RIAA Says "Wanna Fight? It'll Cost You!"
  78. Westinghouse Commits to Green Plug's Universal A.C. Adapter
  79. Denon's $499 Ethernet Cable
  80. France's Citizens Expected to Help Build Internet Blacklist
  81. Bloggers Seek Professional Training From Journalists
  82. New Strategy in Tuberculosis Fight: Free Cell Minutes
  83. Bloggers Seek Professional Training From Journalists
  84. Long-Range Wireless Keyboard/Mouse?
  85. Videotape Confusion Acquits R. Kelly in Child **** Case
  86. Groundbreaking Solar Mission Faces Chilly Death
  87. Japanese Company Says Laws of Physics Don't Apply — to Cars
  88. Google To Develop ISP Throttling Detector
  89. The Red Team Wins
  90. Oil Companies Get OK to Harass Polar Bears
  91. Yahoo Customers Pan Google Ad Deal
  92. 'I'm Voting Republican' Is Top of the Pops Online
  93. Japanese Company Says Laws of Physics Don't Apply — to Cars
  94. Google, Yahoo, and the Elephant In the Room
  95. How Nokia and Linux Can Live Together
  96. First Ethernet Switch In Space
  97. The Red Team Wins
  98. Google Browser Sync To Be Discontinued
  99. GLAST Reaches Orbit, Set To Begin Observations
  100. 2008 Underhanded C Contest Officially Open
  101. UK's House of Lords Speaks To Voters Via YouTube, Blogs
  102. Coolest Movie Metamorphoses, From Wolf Man to Hulk
  103. Genetic Building Blocks Found In Meteorite
  104. Microsoft Releases First Open XML SDK
  105. Feds Scrape Together $30M for Plug-In Hybrids. That's All?
  106. Artifacts From the Future
  107. 'Obama Girl' Celebrates One Year Anniversary
  108. Wall Street Becoming a Linux Stronghold
  109. 'Fat Guy Stuck in Internet' Spoofs 'Tron,' 'Star Wars'
  110. Gallery: Satellites Document War, Destruction From Outer Space
  111. AP Targets Blog Excerpts With DMCA Notices
  112. Do Fear the Reaper: Readers Visualize Death Data
  113. The Microhoo Aftermath: What Doesn't Kill Google Makes It Stronger
  114. What To Do With a Hundred Hard Drives?
  115. RIAA: The Perpetual Litigation Machine
  116. Gadget Lab Costume Contest: Win a $2,000 Iron Man Phone
  117. Supercomputer Simulates Human Visual System
  118. Microchips With Multiple "Selves"
  119. Build Your Own Iron Man Armor
  120. IBM's 'Artificial Passenger' Reads Lips, Tracks Movements
  121. Extension Developers Race to Support Firefox 3
  122. Screaming-Fast Banshee Media Player Hits 1.0
  123. Critic Uncovered Judge's **** Stash
  124. Why OLPC Struggles Against Educators, Big Business
  125. EFF Wins Promo CD Resale Case
  126. Building an Effective Information Security Policy Architecture
  127. NASA Awards Contract For Spacesuit of the Future
  128. OS X Snow Leopard Details
  129. 3 Smart Things About Music
  130. Compressed VoIP Calls Vulnerable To Bugging
  131. Parsing Yahoo: Move Along, Folks ... Nothing to See Here
  132. SCOTUS Grants Guantanamo Prisoners Habeas Corpus
  133. How To Teach a Healthy Dose of Skepticism?
  134. RIAA's Throwing In the Towel Covered a Sucker Punch
  135. ATT Mulls Upcharge for Big Downloaders
  136. How To Build a Quantum Eavesdropper
  137. UK's House of Lords Join the YouTube Generation
  138. Nokia Urges Linux Developers To Be Cool With DRM
  139. EFF To Fight Border Agent Laptop Searches
  140. Mod Chips Legal In the UK
  141. Multicolored Keyless Entry System
  142. USB Drive Life Varies Up To 10 Times
  143. WTF!? Internet Addiction Nominated for Entry in the Manual of Mental Disorders
  144. June 13, 1983: Pioneer 10 Reaches an End ... and a Beginning
  145. Gallery: Next-Gen Space Gear for Humanity's Return to the Moon
  146. Christian Theologians Prepare for Extraterrestrial Life
  147. Review: 'Incredible Hulk' Is a Handsome Hunk of Mayhem
  148. Mysterious Hillary4Mccain.com Directs Voters to McCain Campaign Site
  149. How to How-to Like We Do
  150. Real Racing In the Virtual World
  151. Judge Weighing Ameritrade Hack Lawsuit Settlement
  152. NASA Testing Lunar Rovers In Moses Lake, WA
  153. Microsoft Goes After "Career Pirates"
  154. The Case for Re-Regulating the Airline Industry
  155. Douglas Hofstadter Looks At the Future
  156. Microhoo is Dead, Jim. No, Really
  157. Company Fesses Up to Corn-Popping Cellphone Clips
  158. Yahoo Ends Talks With Microsoft, Embraces Google Instead
  159. Ameritrade Settling Hacking Lawsuit
  160. Tuck Your iPhone Into a Modded Moleskine
  161. Red Hat Makes a GPL-Compatible Patent Deal
  162. Favicons: Creating Bite-Size Toolbar Icons
  163. Canada's Proposed DMCA-Style Law Draws Fire
  164. Hypersonic Plane Hits Turbulence; Budget Cut, Testing in Doubt
  165. When a CEO Coughs, Do Shareholders Catch a Cold?
  166. Firefox 3 Download Day Announced: Tuesday, June 17
  167. Biotech Firm Aims to Rid World of Migraines -- With RNA
  168. Beset By Smears, Obama Launches His Own Personal Snopes.com
  169. First Look: Safari 4 Offers Easy Website Apps
  170. Best Chair For Desktop Coding?
  171. 'Guitar Hero' Storms the Stage at Isle of Wight Festival
  172. Opera 9.5 Browser Officially Released
  173. RedHat Makes a GPL-Compatible Patent Deal
  174. Firefox 3 Release On Tuesday
  175. Pentagon Inked $97 Million Deal With Shady Kremlin Outfit
  176. Ask Lt. Col. John Bircher About Cyber Warfare Concepts
  177. China Says It Lacks Skills To Hack US Systems
  178. McCain Asks Supporters To Campaign On Blogs
  179. Microsoft Applies For "Digital Manners" Patent
  180. CIA Details Its Wikipedia-Like Tools For Analysts
  181. Don't Be Too Quick to Bury Network TV
  182. Firefox 3 Release On Tuesday
  183. Spit Will Be Worse Than Spam
  184. eBay's Plan to Force PayPal Rejected Down Under
  185. Spit Will Be Worse Than Spam
  186. eBay's Plan to Force PayPal Rejected Down Under
  187. McCain Asks Supporters To Campaign On Blogs
  188. Storm and the Future of Social Engineering
  189. Data Breach Study Spanning 500 Break-Ins Released
  190. Microsoft Applies For "Digital Manners" Patent
  191. UK Can Now Hold People Without Charge For 42 Days
  192. UK Can Now Hold People Without Charge For 42 Days
  193. SwiftFuel Alternative To Alternative Fuels
  194. The Pros and Cons of LifeLock
  195. Swiss Army Knife Launches the Age of the Multitool
  196. June 12, 1897: The Swiss Army Gets Its Own Knife
  197. Japanese Schoolgirl Watch: Downloading Sticker Booth Shots Is Now a Snap
  198. As Food Crisis Looms, Key Research Remains Underfunded
  199. An Omnidirectional Treadmill Means One Giant Leap for Virtual Reality
  200. Testing New Transistors In Space
  201. Apple Bands Invade Fake News TV
  202. Pentagon Wants Kill Switch For Planes
  203. CIA Details Its Wikipedia-Like Tools For Analysts
  204. Plug-In Hybrid Leads Toyota's Drive to Move Beyond Oil
  205. TuneWiki Knows What You're Listening To -- And Where
  206. CIA Details Its Wikipedia-like Tools For Analysts
  207. The Next Frontier in Space Exploration: Billionaire Scientists
  208. YouTube Star Bo Burnham Readies Debut EP, 'Bo Fo Sho'
  209. Chinese Government Accused of Hacking Congress
  210. Review: Polaroid PoGo Printer Spits Pics on the Quick
  211. NASA's Phoenix Finally Fills Oven
  212. **** Found On L.A. Obscenity Case Judge's Website
  213. NASA's Phoenix Finally Fills Oven
  214. Internet Providers Set to Block Usenet
  215. 2 Congressmen Say Chinese Hacked Their Computers
  216. Hands-On: The 'Spore' Creature Creator
  217. Chief Judge in Obscenity Case Caught Posting ****
  218. Secret Spy Court Troubled by FBI Wiretap Network
  219. Smithsonian List of History's Most Important Planes Misses a Few
  220. RIAA Throws In Towel On "Making Available" Case
  221. Get Started With Yahoo Maps API
  222. IAU Classifies Pluto & Eris As "Plutoids"
  223. Maxis Shows Off Spore's Creature Creator
  224. McCain Asks Supporters to Invade Liberal Blogs, But Few Respond
  225. WiFi in the Sky May Mean Big Bucks for Airlines
  226. Joomla! A User's Guide
  227. Prediction Markets and the 2008 Electoral Map
  228. NASA Plans Probe to the Sun
  229. Google's Brin Books a Space Flight
  230. Study Finds Instant Messaging Helps Productivity
  231. Google's Brin Books a Space Flight
  232. (Un)happy in Your Work? Tell It to Glassdoor
  233. Study Links Storm Botnet's Growth To Illegal Drugs
  234. Prediction Markets and the 2008 Electoral Map
  235. How To: Visit a Secret Nuclear Bunker
  236. Using Distributed Computing To Thwart Ransomware
  237. Analyzing Apple's iPhone Strategy
  238. U.S. Fighting For Web **** Law Like It's 1998
  239. Study Finds Instant Messaging Helps Productivity
  240. Security Hole Exposes Utilities to Internet Attack
  241. The State of X.Org
  242. Apple Quietly Fixes DTrace
  243. ISO Puts OOXML On Hold
  244. H.R. 4279 Would Establish Federal IP Cops
  245. Ionospheric Interference With GPS Signals
  246. BMW Introduces GINA Concept Car, Covered In Fabric
  247. June 11, 1985: Karen Quinlan Dies, But the Issue Lives On
  248. Media Dustup Pits Bloggers and Wired Against NYTimes
  249. How to Change Your Own Oil in a Jiffy
  250. Communications Decency Act Tipping Under Cuomo Kid-**** Accord