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From encryption to darknets: As governments snoop, activists fight back
February 16 2012 – Ars Technica

Pirate Party poised to make gains in Europe
February 13 2012 – Latitude News

Step 1: give every kid a laptop. Step 2: learning begins?
February 8 2012 – Ars Technica

Europeans Protest Anti-Piracy Treaty
February 7 2012 – Technology Review

Smart Phone Chips Calling for Data Centers
November 10 2011 – Technology Review

Twitter is useful for activists (and tyrants)
June 2 2011 – Wired UK

Mr. Ambassador, Meet President Zuckerberg
May 27 2011 – Slate

Iran’s Answer to Stuxnet
April 25 2011 – Technology Review

The Science of a Sparkling Shave
August 13 2010 – Technology Review

Matt Flannery
February 2 2010 – Wired Italia

iPad combines American panache with Euro technology
January 28 2010 – Deutsche Welle English

Activists use social networking to get attention in Copenhagen
December 11 2009 – Deutsche Welle English

A mobile payment system: That will do nicely, sir
December 9 2009 – The Economist

Climate blogs follow environmental issues online
December 7 2009 – Deutsche Welle English

Online Revolution
November 29 2009 – Wired Italia

Iran’s Long History of Online Opposition
October 16 2009 – World Politics Review

Century-Old Groundwork Fuels Internet Interest in Iran Today
August 3 2009 – PBS MediaShift

How Geeks (and Non-Geeks) Can Help Iranians Online
July 17 2009 – Tehran Bureau

Geeks Around the Globe Rally to Help Iranians Online
July 8 2009 – Tehran Bureau

Silicon Valley should step up, help Iranians
June 30 2009 – The San Francisco Chronicle

Vint Cerf: Deep space Internet
June 12 2009 – Wired Italia

Interplanetary Net
May 6 2009 – The Economist

10 Google Tricks You Didn’t Know About : Make Google Work Harder For You
May 1 2009 – Tom’s Guide

What We Love and Hate About Safari 4 : Innovations and Drawbacks in Apple’s Browser
February 26 2009 – Tom’s Guide

How Will the $7.2 Billion Allotted for Broadband Stimulus Be Spent?
February 20 2009 – PC World

Clean Elections
October 2008 – Communications of the ACM

A really secret ballot
Ocotber 22 2008 – The Economist

The rise of the low-cost laptop
June 5 2008 – The Economist

The Untied State of America
February 25 2008 – Wired

How To Steal a European Painting
February 15 2008 – Slate

It Is Rocket Science
December 2007 – Alaska Airlines Magazine


Thinking small

November 15 2007 – The Economist

Global Warming, Subsidies Fuel a Nuclear Renaissance
November 13 2007 – Wired News

Locked vs. Unlocked: Opening Up Choice
November 1 2007 – The New York Times

Connected Traveler: Getting the Family on Board
October 31 2007 – PC Magazine

Future Watch: Laser-Fast Computing
October 31 2007 – PC Magazine

Still Waiting for That $100 Laptop?
September 24 2007 – Slate

Chewing-Gum Startup Aims to Solve a Sticky Problem
September 19 2007 – Wired News

Unlocking an iPhone
September 14 2007 – Macworld


The YouTube Clones

September/October 2007 – Foreign Policy


Closing the Loopholes on Data Theft

July 11 2007 – PC Magazine

Texas-Sized Supercomputer to Break Computing Power Record
June 26 2007 – Wired News

Why Is DRM-Free Music Tagged With Name and E-Mail? Apple Keeps Mum
June 2 2007 – Wired News

New Research Brings Invisibility Tech Into View
May 29 2007 – Wired News

Cyberwar I: What the attacks on Estonia have taught us about online combat
May 22 2007 – Slate

Scientists Create First Map of an Extrasolar Planet
May 9 2007 – Wired News

It’s the “Wiring” That’s Tricky in Quantum Computing
May 7 2007 – Wired News

Podcast U
May 2 2007 – PC Magazine

Make Your Meetings Matter
April 9 2007 – BNET

Light Therapy Spares the Scalpel and the Chemo
April 2 2007 – Wired News

The city’s wireless plan — unplugged!
April 2007 – San Francisco

The Pleasures of Hacking the Apple TV
March 30 2007 – PC World

Like Programmers, Future Fuel Cells Could Run on Coca-Cola
March 27 2007 – Wired News

Google’s Next-Gen of Sneakernet

March 20 2007 – Wired News

Let’s get physical
March 8 2007 – The Economist

Wi-Fi Bus Crosses the Border
March 6 2007 – Wired News


Computing goes green?

March 1 2007 – The Economist

You’re an Oaklander If …
January February 2007 – Oakland Magazine

Six Things You Never Knew Your Cell Phone Could Do
February 5 2007 – PC World

New Rubber Lets Sweat Out
December 8 2006 – Wired News

Roaming holiday
(December 2 2006 – The Economist)

Scene Machine
(November/December 2006 – Foreign Policy)

Berlitz Premier
(August 29 2006 – Macworld)

Blogging from the Belly of Beirut
(July 21 2006 – Wired News)

Beirut Apple reseller: “It’s very difficult”
(July 20 2006 – Macworld)

More Real than Virtual
(July 9 2006 – The New York Times)

Pelé, Cosmos held court as America’s first soccer kings
(June 26 2006 – The San Francisco Chronicle)

Health and WiFi: Why the experts believe that WiFi is not hazardous to our health
(June 2006 – MuniWireless)

30 years of Apple: Assessing Apple’s Impact
(April 4 2006 – Macworld)

Create a video podcast
(March 13 2006 – Macworld)

Pulling the plug on standby power
(March 9 2006 – The Economist)

Rosetta Stone 3.0 Review
(March 2006 – Macworld)

Wi-Fi Wonks Fon Home
(February 9 2006 – Wired News)

First Look: GarageBand 3
(January 19 2006 – Macworld)

Navy Tests Look-to-Talk Device
(January 11 2006 – Wired News)

The Web Will Read You a Story
(December 16 2005 – Wired News)

Fuel Up With Banana Peels
(December 2 2005 – Wired News)

Waiting for That $100 Laptop?
(November 29 2005 – Slate)

Cars Chat and Park Themselves
(November 9 2005 – Wired News)

Goof Lets Times’ Content Go Free
(September 22 2005 – Wired News)

VOIP Phones Give Villagers a Buzz
(September 12 2005 – Wired News)

PayPal Freezes Out Katrina Aid
(September 8 2005 – Wired News)

Resource: Katrina-Related Links

(September 1 2005 – Wired News)

X-Ray Reveals Ancient Text
(August 24 2005 – Wired News)

Microsoft’s Longhorn: Undercooked?
(September 2005 – Mobile)

Political Economy Made Simple
(August 4 2005 – The Daily Californian)

Bloggers Champion Missing Woman
(August 3 2005 – Wired News)

Green-Collar Crime
(August 1 2005 – Slate)

Human Feces Powers Rwandan Prison
(July 16 2005 – Wired News)

A Tool to Wake Up Wi-Fi Zombies
(July 5 2005 – Wired News)

iTunes 4.9 First Look: Apple takes on Podcasting
(June 28 2005 – Playlist)

Grand Theft Auto Meets Robocop

(June 17 2005 – Wired News)

The Linux iPod

(July 2005 – Macworld)

Never IM in This Town Again!

(June 13 2005 – Wired News)

Tales of a College Nothing

(May 26 2005 – The Daily Californian)

Jeepers Creepers, Bionic Peepers
(May 5 2005 – Wired News)

Start Your Own Podcast

(June 2005 – Macworld)

Murder and Vice on the Lower East Side

(March 21 2005 – Master’s Thesis – Columbia University)

Library Shuffles Its Collection

(March 3 2005 – Wired News)

Fight for the Right to Watch Trek

(February 25 2005 – Wired News)

In Computer Years, Apollo Replica’s an Antique

(February 10 2005 – The New York Times)

Car Chase Tech That’s Really Hot
(February 3 2005 – Wired News)

Port-A-Party
(February 2005 – Wired)

An Aerial Crime-Fighting Tool Banks on Portability

(January 13 2005 – The New York Times)

When Shots Ring Out, a Listening Device Acts as Witness

(December 16 2004 – The New York Times)

Using IPod Savvy to Mine a Niche

(December 2 2004 – The New York Times)

Chicken & Waffles

Pancakes and Politics
Spicing Up South Oakland

(November 2004 – Oakland City Magazine)

New Food for IPods: Audio by Subscription

(October 28 2004 – The New York Times)

RSS Feeds Hunger for More Ads
(October 15 2004 – Wired News)

School Ups Grade by Going Online

(October 12 2004 – Wired News)

Nothing Robotic About Robo-Art

(September 20 2004 – Wired News)

Cops Put Brakes on Bike Protest

(August 31 2004 – Wired News)

Undergraduate Overachiever

(September 2004 – Wired)

iPod Voice Recorders

(September 2004 – Macworld)

Hasta La Vista, Aqua
(August 2004 – Macworld)

New Ways to Pay
(August 2004 – Business 2.0)

Kitchen Designs Come to Life on G4

(June 2004 – Macworld)

Rock Band Takes its Macs on the Road

(June 2004 – Macworld)

“The Powerful Force”: An Examination of the Internet in Senegal
(April 28 2004 – PEIS Honors Thesis, UC Berkeley)

Dancing With Ginger
(February 6 2004 – The Daily Californian)

Kii boodiim? Kii hastam?
(November 13 2003 – The Iranian)

Researcher Streamlines Ancient Alphabets in Code
(November 7 2003 – The Daily Californian)

College application season brings hope and anxiety
(November 3 2003 – San Mateo Daily Journal)

Doof doof doof
(October 23 2003 – The Age)

Paper ballots – for now
(October 7 2003 – San Mateo Daily Journal)

Exploring the future today
(September 22 2003 – San Mateo Daily Journal)

UC Berkeley Students Find a New Voice in Blogs


(August 27 2003 – The Daily Californian)

Let the games begin
(April 3 2003 – The Age)

Sticky Brain 2 Review
(January 2003 – MacAddict)

Reporter’s Notebook: Sex in Africa: A Jungle of Difference
(December 3 2002 – The Daily Californian)

Creature Speaker Review
(November 2002 – MacAddict)

The games people play
(August 7 2002 – The Age)

Case studies
(July 18 2002 – The Age)

Professor Creates New Software to Thwart Air Attacks
(October 24 2001 – The Daily Californian)

Web Site Aids Quest for Those Missing After Attacks
(September 13 2001 – The Daily Californian)

Damage Undermines Towers
(September 12 2001 – The Daily Californian)

Researcher: Cyber Libre
(Spring 2001 – Cubans 2001 – UC Berkeley)

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