MIT's Best and Brightest
He dreamed up the idea of hypertext as a way to link all human knowledge decades before the World Wide Web--but never delivered a usable piece of software.
The jury is still out on how valuable computers are for education--so let's not succumb to political fashion and rush to wire all our students.
Confounding the skeptics, this jewel of big-time corporate R&D has gained new luster--even in basic research--by focusing its scientific endeavors on solving real-world problems.
A "smart" office tries to prove its worth
Digital baseball cards hit the World Wide Web