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subjectComputers And Society
authorMichael Conover

An Einstein-Rosen Bridge
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An Einstein-Rosen Bridge

Science acts as a bridge between societies that trasncends culture, and it may be our best hope for finding a common thread in a globalized future.

­Ubiquity
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­Ubiquity

Technology and information are ominpresent in Tokyo, but nobody seems to notice; a look at the future of ultra-integrated high technology. 

Locomotive Complexity
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Locomotive Complexity

Reflections on the the Japanese railyway system as a modern marvel of efficiency and infrastructure. 

Advertainment
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Advertainment

Real-world hyperlinks find their way into the most surprising places, and in the process become a staple of a Japanese mobile culture.

What's That You Say?
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What's That You Say?

Science fiction has long told of a Universe thick with real-time speech-to-speech translation devices, and recent experiences in the land of the rising sun suggest...

Touchdown, Japan
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Touchdown, Japan

Science and sake in equal parts at the National Science Foundation East Asia and Pacific Summer Institute orientation.  
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