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  1. 3 Smart Things About Sleeping Late
  2. 2009 Movie Guide: Where the Wild Films Are
  3. 30GB Zunes Killing Themselves In Droves
  4. The Apocalyse is Coming: What You Need to Pack
  5. A Willy Wonka Who Wants to Feed the World
  6. Wired Science's 13 Most Popular Stories of 2008
  7. Eleven Gadgets That Will Make New Year's Eve Fun
  8. 2008's Best Contest Photos You Never Saw, Part 2
  9. Dec. 31, 1938: Set 'em Up, Joe ... for a Breath Test
  10. Diary of a Self-Help Dropout: Flirting With the 4-Hour Workweek
  11. Ingenious Hellraiser Fires Up Homebrew Flamethrowers
  12. Times Square Gets Ready to Ring in 2009
  13.'s 10 Best Galleries of 2008
  14. With Flickr Layoffs, Whither 'The Commons'?
  15. Times Square Goes Brightly Into That New Yea
  16. Israel Deploys YouTube, Twitter in Info War Against Hamas
  17. Researchers Use PlayStation Cluster to Forge a Web Skeleton Key
  18. Leaked Copies of Windows 7 Beta 1 Hit BitTorrent
  19. Uproar in Australia Over Plan to Block Web Sites
  20. Do Try This At Home: Amateurs Tinker With Genetic Engineering
  21. Pentagon, Hollywood Pair up for Transformers Sequel
  22. 12 Good Gadgets for Hard Times
  23. 6 New Web Technologies of 2008 You Need to Use Now
  24. Dec. 30, 1924: Hubble Annnounces Andromeda Is a Galaxy
  25. From Salon to Salad: Hair Makes Good Plant Fertilizer
  26. How to Hear Better on Your Cellphone
  27. King of Bionic Ag Uses Turbocharged Seeds, Precision Chemistry, and a Little TLC
  28. Lotus-Designed Biofuel-Burning Snowspeeder to Detect Cracks in Polar Ice
  29. Motorcycles Finally Go Green
  30. If Climate Didn't Doom Neanderthals, Did Humans?
  31. Top 10 Green Tech Breakthroughs of 2008
  32. Toronto Puts Zambonis on Ice
  33. Clive Thompson on How YouTube Changes the Way We Think
  34. Mr. Freeze: How Julian Bayley Turns Ice Cubes Into Ice Castles
  35. Quest for the 300-mph Helicopter
  36. Diplo-Twittering at the Department of State
  37. Judge Denies RIAA Appeal of Kazaa File-Sharing Mistrial
  38. Amazon Says 2008 Holiday Season Was 'Best Ever'
  39. Dec. 29, 1766: He Put the Mac in Mackintosh
  40. Vaporware 2008: Crushing Disappointments, False Promises and Plain Old BS
  41. The 7 Best Capers of 2008
  42. Before the Levees Break: A Plan to Save the Netherlands
  43. Top Technology Breakthroughs of 2008
  44. Disneyland for Dudes: Playing With Backhoes, ATVs, Weapons
  45. USB Stake Helps Brown Thumbs Turn Green, Monitors Soil Conditions
  46. Broadband Stimulus Plan: How About Some Data First?
  47. 'Dark Knight' Faces Rough Road to Awards
  48. Win a Free Copy of Dave Gibbons' Awesome 'Watching the Watchmen'
  49. 2008's Best Contest Photos You Never Saw
  50. 3-D-Ready HDTV Uses Laser Light to Double Color Range, Save Energy
  51. Dec. 24, 1968: Christmas Eve Greetings From Lunar Orbit
  52. Steven Levy on His Gadget Wish List for 2009
  53. Top 10 New Organisms of 2008
  54. Archaeologizing 'Watchmen': An Interview With Dave Gibbons
  55. Rockers to Press Obama on Music Torture
  56. How NORAD Tracks Santa
  57. RIAA Qualifies Statement on No New Copyright Lawsuits
  58. Toyota Goes Electric With a Hush-Hush Concept
  59. Review: The Flesh Is Willing but 'The Spirit' Is Weak
  60. 2008 Foot-in-Mouth Awards
  61. Cousin Marriage Okay by Science
  62.'s Wishlist: What We Want in an iPhone Nano
  63. Finding Chemo: Scanning the Sea Floor for New Drugs
  64. Smart Plug Could Save You $150 in Electricity
  65. Dec. 23, 1970: World Trade Center Tops Out
  66. How to Fold an Origami Millennium Falcon
  67. Nation's First 'Underwater Wind Turbine' Installed in Old Man River
  68. Science We Can Believe In: How President Obama Can Recharge US Research
  69. Try This at Home: Camera on a Flex Cable Finds Lost Objects
  70. Why Early Detection Is the Best Way to Beat Cancer
  71. 10 Cool Cars We Want Now
  72. Fat-Fueled Ford Is Biodiesel Biohazard
  73. Prosecutors Charge 7 People Under New Cyberbullying Law
  74. Analysis: RIAA Strategy Shift Mired in Murky Legal Waters
  75. Science Behind Mysterious 'Fifth Taste' Revealed
  76. 8 Signs That Apple Customers Are No Longer Special
  77. Linux Geeks to Compete for Best 'I'm Linux' Video
  78. MySpace Bans Project Playlist; Facebook Defies Same RIAA Request
  79. Jupiter's Moon Plays Peekabo with Hubble
  80. High Times in Ag Science: Marijuana More Potent Than Ever
  81. App Developer Strikes E-book Deals With Major Publishers
  82. Dec. 22, 1882: Looking at Christmas in a New Light
  83. The Top Gadgets of 2008
  84. Top 10 Games of 2008
  85. No Dorky Dome, This Bike Helmet Goes From Glam to Gilligan
  86. Scientists Hack Cellphone to Analyze Blood, Detect Disease, Help Developing Nations
  87. Surfers Rejoice: Some Extreme Waves Getting Bigger
  88. Attack of the Bush Shoe-Toss Games Continues
  89. The Huffington Post Slammed for Content Theft
  90. Video: Molecules Moving in Living Cells
  91. No ISP Filtering Under New RIAA Copyright Strategy
  92. Alt Text Video: The Strange Story of Santa
  93. Severed Cables Cause Net Loss for 14 Countries
  94. Four Mobile App Stores Battle for User and Developer Attention
  95. RIAA to Stop Suing Music Fans, Cut Them Off Instead
  96. Big City, Brighter Lights: Gotham's New LED Streetlamp Plan
  97. Dec. 19, 1974: Altair 8800 Kits Go on Sale
  98. Elegant Teapot Lets You See the Leaves Unfold, Infuse the Water
  99. ISP Ad Snooper Phorm Loses Top Execs
  100. Online Jihadists Plan for 'Invading Facebook'
  101. Wikileaks Posts Secret Bomb-Stopper Report — Did They Go Too Far?
  102. Where Is Steve Jobs?
  103. Student Sentenced to 15 Years for YouTube Terror Video
  104. Vote for the Sexiest Geeks of 2008
  105. It's Time to Raise the Gas Tax
  106. EFF Wants Your Money
  107. Yahoo Data Mining Continues Under New Privacy Policy
  108. Google Shutters Its Science Data Services
  109. Could the Electric Grid Support Far More Wind and Solar?
  110. Danish Supercar Sports 1,104 Horsepower
  111. I, Nanny: Robot Babysitters Pose Dilemma
  112. Obama Rumored to Pick Climate Change Wonk as Science Adviser
  113. Nobel Jurors Face Bribery Probe for China Trip
  114. TV Studio in a Box Enables Long-Tail TV
  115. Free-Range Research Could Save Chimps — and Our Conscience
  116. Beyond Size 10: A Fighting Footwear Arsenal
  117. An Apple-Flavored Car Design From Britain
  118. MPAA Targets Illicit Movie Sites; Downloading Unabated
  119. Brainy Trainer: Workout Monitor Tells You When to Chill
  120. Dec. 18, 1997: Tokyo Bay Tunnel Opens
  121. Gallery: The Curious Case of Reverse-Aging Brad Pitt
  122. Endangered Lemurs Survived Ancient AIDS Epidemic
  123. World Coal Reserves Could Be A Fraction of Previous Estimates
  124. 'Timecrimes' Director Masters Creepy Sci-Fi on a Shoestring
  125. Obama Has One Chance to Get Infrastructure Spending Right
  126. Spectacular Space Photo of Christmas Tree Star Cluster
  127. GM Puts the Volt's Engine Factory on Hold
  128. Yahoo to Anonymize User Data After 90 Days
  129. 'Flight of the Conchords' Premieres a Month Early Online
  130. WiSci Event Tonight: Fossil Cities in the Distant Future
  131. Macworld Expo May Disappear, But Steve Jobs' Keynotes Won't
  132. Oil Not the Climate Change Culprit — Coal Is the Real Bad Guy
  133. Dik**** Guilty of Internet Gambling
  134. Astronomers Spot Most Distant Water Yet
  135. Yahoo to Shorten Logs of User Activity to 3 Months
  136. Limited Edition Viper Makes It Hurst So Good
  137. Tiny Saturn Moon ID'd As Good Candidate For Alien Life
  138. Cycling GPS Tells You Where You Are — and How You Got There
  139. Dec. 17, 1790: Aztec Calendar Stone Discovered
  140. Fake News Index: Charting the Media Parody Industry
  141. Video: Robots Have a Sex Life? (NSFW)
  142. Samsung Notebook Brings a Touch of Class to the Privileged
  143. Video: 'Mirror's Edge' vs. 'Prince of Persia' -- Fight!
  144. Jobs Won't Appear at Macworld — 2009 Is Apple's Last Show
  145. World's First Computer Rebuilt, Rebooted After 2,000 Years
  146. Dark Energy Could Be Einstein's Cosmological Constant
  147. Bush Shoe-Toss Immortalized in Games, Animations
  148. Vote on Whether the NSA Whistleblower Should Be Prosecuted
  149. Drillers Accidentally Create First Live Magma Observatory
  150. Solar Hybrids Soak Up the Sun
  151. IE Fans Beware: Hackers Are Exploiting a Serious Unpatched Flaw
  152. Army Wages iPod Warfare in Baghdad
  153. Top 5 Disruptive Music-Making Technologies
  154. Massive Volcanic Eruptions Killed Off the Dinosaurs
  155. Yahoo Mail Gets More Social, But the Price of Admission Is Too Steep
  156. 'Art of Participation' Connects Viewers, Artists
  157. Dec. 16, 1770: Beethoven's Birth in Bonn Leads to Longer CDs
  158. Digital Spoon Scale Weighs Foods to the Nanobite
  159. Expired-Tired-Wired
  160. Mercury or Bust: Chasing Down the Galaxy's Fastest Planet
  161. Confirmed: Air Force Falls Short in Third Nuke Test
  162. Lori Drew Files New Bid for Dismissal on Grounds that MySpace Authorized Access
  163. Sun Induces Strange 'Breathing' of Earth's Atmosphere
  164. New Mac Mini Rumored for Macworld 2009
  165. Court Limits National Security Secrecy and Oversight
  166. Apple Won't Invent the iPhone Shuffle, But You Can
  167. Study Says Cars Make Us Fat
  168. Zero-Gravity Bacterial Behavior Hints at Disease-Busting Hacks
  169. Guns N' Roses Uploader Guilty of Copyright Infringement
  170. Warbot Pinup Calendar Reveals Lighter Side to Combat
  171. Netbooks Increasingly Being Sold with Cellphone-Like Contract Deals
  172. 3 Drivetrains, 1 Car, Zero Emissions
  173. Lightning-Storm Gamma Rays Could Harm Air Travelers
  174. New York Times' NSA Whistleblower Reveals Himself
  175. Space Probe Captures First Photo of Extraterrestrial Liquid
  176. Google Blasts WSJ, Says it's Still 'Committed to Network Neutrality'
  177. JC Penney Goes Viral, And Stays Out of the Doghouse
  178. Mahalo Answers Pays Cash for Your Two Cents
  179. Startup Banks on Making Money From Free Broadband
  180. Dec. 15, 2001: Leaning Tower of Pisa Reopens With New Angle
  181. Gallery: Monumental Upkeep Gives History a Helping Hand
  182. Games Without Frontiers: Why We Need More Torture in Videogames
  183. Steinway Music System Delivers Pure Sound for Audiophiles
  184. Soak It to Me: Inside Liquid-Suspended Gaming PC
  185. S**** Stroller Takes Tykes for Ergonomic Ride
  186. Tor Makes Anonymized Content Available to All
  187. Techdirt's Mike Masnick On Why Music Tax Would Be a Mistake
  188. Jargon Watch: Sound Blast, Frolleague, Twiller
  189. Sin City Server Farm Keeping the World Safe for Data
  190. Hack of the Clones: Why Apple Can't Stop the Copies
  191. Video: Air Force's Killer Bugbots Attack
  192. The 10 Most Disappointing Games of 2008
  193. Exclusive: Pentagon Pro-Troop Group Misspent Millions
  194. Design Series 'e2' Visualizes Green Transport
  195. Bewerewolves: Fullest Moon in 15 Years Tonight
  196. Oh No! Big 3 Bailout Would Ground Corporate Jets
  197. Palm Is Likely to Introduce a New Operating System and Smartphone at CES
  198. Science Born Again in the White House, and Not a Moment Too Soon
  199. Hackers Plundering Brazilian Rain Forest
  200. Cyber Crook Pleads Guilty to Looting Citibank Accounts with Hacked ATM Codes
  201. Gym Car Pumps You Up With an In-Car Workout
  202. Review: 'The Day the Earth Stood Still' Takes a Tumble
  203. Why Movies Disappear from iTunes and Netflix
  204. Dec. 12, 1896: Marconi Demos Radio Dec. 12, 1901: Marconi Transmits Across Atlantic
  205. Mixtapes Move from Beat Street to Mainstream
  206. Online Rebel Publishes Millions of Dollars in U.S. Court Records for Free
  207. What's Inside — Downy Coats Briefs With Horse Fat
  208. Wired + iPhone = Gadget Reviews to Go
  209. From Hulk to Gort, Monster Man Gets Creative With Creatures
  210. Oil Consumption to Drop for First Time in 25 Years
  211. MIT: Your Meteorologist Needs an Army of Drones
  212. British Steam-Car Team Sets Sights on 170 MPH
  213. Road Trip: Heading South in the 2009 Airstream
  214. Video: Top 10 Game-Changing Moments of 2008
  215. Sony Dinged $1 Million for Child-Privacy Breach
  216. Darpa, Dronemaker to Brew Algae-Based Jet Fuel
  217. Air Force to Use 'Battlefield Acupuncture' for Pain Relief
  218. Video Shows Every Flight on Earth in 72 Seconds
  219. Touring the 'PlayStation Home' Open House
  220. Study: PC Infections Plague Wire-Transfer Shops
  221. What is the Value of a Virtual Gift?
  222. PS3 Virtual World Finally Finally 'Here'
  223. A Nikon DSLR That's Smarter Than You Are
  224. Dec. 11, 1964: Dr. King Warns About Science Without Morality
  225. Gallery: Toys and Tools for Upwardly Mobile Musicians
  226. How to Fingerprint a Bullet, the High-Voltage Way
  227. Rocket Scientist's Laser Scalpel Targets Individual Cells
  228. Gadgets, Games Help Musicians Offset Declining Sales
  229. 'Star Trek' Tweaker Talks Perils of Remastering Original Series
  230. Nobel-Winning Physicist May Be Obama's Pick for Energy Secretary
  231. Legalize Brain-Enhancing Drugs, Scientists Say
  232. LimeWire Adds Private File Sharing
  233. Meet Uncle Sam's Car Czar
  234. MPAA Urges Obama to Embrace Internet Filtering
  235. Study Proves Talkers Are Lousy Drivers
  236. Firefox Adds Multitouch Gestures for Macs
  237. Water Vapor Confirmed on Alien Planet
  238. GPS, Hidden Cameras Watching Over Baby Jesus
  239. Petite Blu-ray Box Big on Function
  240. Diamond-Studded Swiss Army Knife for Top-Drawer Pockets
  241. Dec. 10, 1626: Measurement Man Meets the Measure of His Days
  242. Atari Founder's Bistro Swaps Touchscreens for Waiters (Sort Of)
  243. Ante Up, Human: The Adventures of Polaris, the Poker-Playing Robot
  244. NASA Gets Inside Pilots' Heads to Make Them Safer
  245. Next-Gen Dashboards Teach Leadfoots How to Hypermile
  246. Censorship Group Removes Wikipedia Blacklisting
  247. Japan Moves to Become Electric Vehicle Testing Ground
  248. Student Sues Principal Over Suspension for Facebook Remarks
  249. Hubble Finds CO2 on Extrasolar Planet
  250. Warbot Maker Redesigns Machines for Afghanistan