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Why We Can't Develop Voting Software That Works
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Why We Can't Develop Voting Software That Works

Ever wonder why we could write software to get to the Moon, but not to count votes? Here are five reasons.

­nseen, All-Out Cyber War on the ­.s. Has Begun
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­nseen, All-Out Cyber War on the ­.s. Has Begun

There's a war going on, and it's raging here at home—not in the streets or the fields, but on the Internet.

11 Hard Truths About Html5
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11 Hard Truths About Html5

HTML5 heralds some nifty new features and the potential for sparking a Web programming paradigm shift, and as some members of the technical press have touted,...

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Html: Still Not All It's Cracked ­p to Be

The headaches of Web application development are being compounded by the ever-proliferating morass of Web standards, frameworks, and tools.
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