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    Issue No. 100                                              January 6, 2000
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    Table of Contents
    Quotes and Provocations
        Who Is on the Receiving End of the Genetic Engineer's Power?
        Of Gadgets and Real Needs
    The Trouble with Ubiquitous Technology Pushers (Part 1)  (Stephen L. Talbott)
    Correspondence
        An Engineer's Lament
        What a Computer Can and Cannot Supply
        Computing Should Relate to Life
    
    Issue No. 101                                             January 27, 2000
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    Table of Contents
    Quotes and Provocations
        Attack of the Intelligent Refrigerators
        Making Guinea Pigs of Students
    The Trouble with Ubiquitous Technology Pushers (Part 2)  (Stephen L. Talbott)
    Correspondence
        Criticize Out of Love, Not Resentment
        Toward a More Balanced View of the Media Lab
        Too Much Complaining
        An Overdue, Grace-filled Literacy
    Announcements and Resources
        Education in Search of Spirit
        Where NetFuture Gets To
    
    Issue No. 102                                            February 16, 2000
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    Table of Contents
    Quotes and Provocations
        Tinkering with Ourselves
    The Many Voices of Destiny  (Stephen L. Talbott)
    On the New Eugenics  (Stephen L. Talbott)
    Correspondence
        Solutions as Problems
        Technologists May Be Impervious to Rational Argument
        We Need More Than a Loving Discourse
    Announcements and Resources
        Wild Duck Review
    
    Issue No. 103                                            February 29, 2000
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    Table of Contents
    Tech Knowledge Revue  (Langdon Winner)
    Correspondence
        We Need More Than Shocked Indignation
        I'm Not Sure I'm Ready to Trade in My `Defective' Body