The vote's in: the Web's potential in the political process is still lacking.
Nepal must mend the wide digital divide it has with most countries. But more importantly, can it close this divide among its own people?
Seymour Goodman, Timothy Kelly, Michael Minges, Larry Press
What happens when a single usability goal extends across several companies?
Jason W. Fouts
Engaging the fundamental structure of the Internet with an eye toward making it a real democracy network.
Innovative, inexpensive, efficient, and increasingly compact storage technologies promise practically unlimited capacity and instant access to data anytime, anywhere.
In our increasingly Internet-dependent business and computing environment, network storage is the computer.
Garth A. Gibson, Rodney Van Meter
Storing data inside the volume of the recording medium, rather than on its surface, as in conventional optical and magnetic approaches, these systems deliver much higher data-transfer rates and access based on partial information …
Sergei S. Orlov
Combining optical techniques and magnetic storage media, MO technology will likely be used in magnetic drives to improve data density. The result: the continued fall of the cost of storing bits.
Burning data onto and off of the storage medium is such a reliable read/write method, the CD is now the world's most popular means of distributing and exchanging prerecorded digital content.
Henk van Houten, Wouter Leibbrandt
Abandoning the rotating disk paradigm, simple miniature microelectromechanical systems position probe tips over the storage media, potentially creating a new generation of nonvolatile rewritable mass storage devices, as well …
L. Richard Carley, Gregory R. Ganger, David F. Nagle
Combining new technology with established financial market mechanisms.
Ming Fan, Jan Stallaert, Andrew B. Whinston
As technology changes, so do delivery and payment arrangements.
Rethinking the role of paper in the digital age.
Ziming Liu, David G. Stork
Why some consumers are online shoppers while others are not.
Amit Bhatnagar, Sanjog Misra, H. Raghav Rao
Allowing network-supported groups to make incremental process improvements can result in quantum-leap competitive advantages over the long run.
Recognizing how issues common to larger companies present particular problems and opportunities in small ones.
Robert P. Ward, Mauri Laitinen, Mohamed E. Fayad