Summer 2001 P&P

New York Times
& Other Web Links


The pages listed below are
REQUIRED READING
and constitute part of the
COURSE CONTENT,
even if this material is not discussed in class


READ THESE BEFORE THEY EVAPORATE!!!

We do not keep copies of these articles. You will be tested only on the articles listed here.


Please note that your are responsible for ALL of the articles
from this semester for the final examination!


Week of June 19

AOL-Microsoft Talks Ended by a Growing Rivalry

XML Promises to Automate Data

Cyber Law Journal: Free Speech Advocates Laud Decision on Student Site

Week of June 11

Microsoft Is Ready to Supply a Phone in Every Computer

Connoisseurs of Chaos Offer a Valuable Product: Randomness

In Web Storage World, No Space at Myspace

Week of June 6

State of the Art: Putting You at the PC, Remotely

New Economy: Open-Source Movement Advances

Expert Says Windows XP Aids Vandals

Week of May 28

Taiwan's PC Makers Shift Production to China

Report Urges More Encryption

ICANN Struggles With Internet Names

Cyber Law Journal: Controversial Ruling on Library Filters

Week of May 21

Cyber Law Journal: Hacker Gadfly at Center of New Suit

I.B.M. to Announce Expansion of Data-Density Storage Limit

Grudge Match Boils Between Dell and Jobs

Apple to Phase Out Old Monitors

Week of May 14

Digital Signatures Spark Debate

Arts Online: A Marriage of Music and Creativity

A Plan to Expand Internet Addresses

Does a Parody Site Go Too Far?

Las Vegas Casinos Shift Stand, Backing Internet Wagering

A Search Engine Goes Beyond Google