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How modeling societies in silico can help us understand human inequality, revolution, and genocide.
Tomorrow's virtual worlds depend on real collaboration today.
For the legions of Internet users contributing to new "human-assisted search" sites, no job is too small.
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Cyberfiction's founder returns with a preview of our virtual future.
A veteran technology commentator attempts to live entirely on Web 2.0 for two weeks.
You, too, can commit your life to digital -- and throw away your paper records.
XML can supercharge research.