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Adapt To New Technology Or Die Says Murdoch - SpaceDaily  The newspaper industry needs to embrace the technological revolution of the Internet, MP3 players, laptops and mobile phones or face extinction, media tycoon Rupert Murdoch said here Monday. "Societies or companies that expect a glorious past to shield them from the forces of change driven by advancing technology will fail and fall," he said in a speech to the Worshipful Company of Stationers and Newspaper Makers. "That applies as much to my own, the media industry, as to every other business on the planet. Power is moving away from the old elite in our industry -- the editors, the chief executives and, let's face it, the proprietors. "A new generation of media consumers has risen demanding content delivered when they want it, how they want it, and very much as they want it."     
WMAP NASA probe peers back to instant after Big Bang - C/Net  A NASA space probe has peered back in time to a bare instant--less than a trillionth of a trillionth of a second--after the Big Bang, astronomers reported on Thursday. The robotic probe looked at the afterglow from the Big Bang, the energetic event scientists believe gave birth to the universe some 13.7 billion years ago, and managed to discern unprecedented detail about the earliest moments of the cosmos. "We have new evidence that the universe suddenly grew from sub-microscopic to astronomical size in less than the blink of an eye," Bennett said at a telephone news conference. "This tremendous inflation of the universe happened in much less than a trillionth of a second." in "an otherwise astonishingly empty sea of nothingness" that was the baby universe.

Deconstructing Life Does Not Metabolise Into Creationism - SpaceDaily  Astrobiology Magazine (AM):  Harvard University is funding a new study called the "Origins of Life in the Universe Initiative." Recent news reports implied this meant Harvard is entering the debate of intelligent design versus evolution.  Dimitar Sasselov (DS): That's the spin the Boston Globe put on it, but we would not describe it in terms of that debate. Instead, we are trying to understand the pathways that bring us from cosmochemistry, or chemistry in a completely inorganic sense, through the point where it becomes biology at the molecular level.
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3/22/2005: Deconstructing Life Does Not Metabolise Into Creationism - SpaceDaily
3/22/2005: Experts argue over woodpecker sighting
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3/22/2005: Ivory-billed woodpecker extinct after all? - MSNBC
3/22/2005: The finished DNA sequence of human chromosome 12 - FREE - MSNBC
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3/22/2005: New analysis says global warming boosts hurricanes - New Scientist
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3/22/2005: Gadgets: Motorola Pebls get colorful makeover - C/Net
3/22/2005: How close is Xbox 360 to being hacked?  - C/Net
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Communications
3/22/2005: Wozniak shuts down Wheels of Zeus
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3/22/2005: EarthLink invests $50 million in Covad
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3/22/2005: Microsoft details VoIP and video plans
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PC's
3/22/2005: Sony unveils Blu-ray player, Vaio PC - C/Net
3/22/2005: Photos: Sony gear spotlights Blu-ray - C/Net
3/22/2005: Lenovo cuts jobs in restructuring push - C/Net
3/22/2005: Intel Mac boots Windows XP  - El. Engr. Times
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Internet
3/22/2005: Taking sides on Net neutrality - C/Net
3/22/2005: Politics: Google builds up influence in Washington - C/Net
3/22/2005: Google: Google, AOL still working out details of business deal - C/Net
3/22/2005: Media: Netscape.com may evolve into news site - C/Net
3/22/2005: Over-50 crowd finding love online too  - CNN
3/22/2005: A cure to the attention deficit online? - C/Net
3/22/2005: Why the Web is hitting a wall
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3/22/2005: Attacks target Internet traffic cops
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Miscellaneous
3/22/2005: Your secret PIN may not be so secret - C/Net
3/22/2005: GNOME 2.14 released - C/Net
3/22/2005: Free software 'not anti-capitalist'  - C/Net
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Miscellaneous
3/22/2005: Saved by 'sand' poured into the wounds - New Scientist
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History, Anthropology:
3/22/2005: A people lost for words - New Scientist
3/22/2005: Dead rex walking - New Scientist
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Miscellaneous:
3/22/2005: California gang members to be tracked by GPS - C/Net
3/22/2005: Department of Homeland Security scores F on cybersecurity report card
3/22/2005: Canadian military to probe sale of gear on eBay - C/Net
3/22/2005: Beware of dissatisfied consumers: They like to blab - C/Net
3/22/2005: Homeland Security gets another F in computer security - Washington Post
3/22/2005: Technology is not always your friend - C/Net
3/22/2005: Irish shamrock a load of blarney, some say - MSNBC
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Neurosciences:
3/22/2005: Student recites 8,784 digits of pi - MSNBC
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Physics and Astronomy:
3/22/2005: Giant Earth-Like Planets Could Outnumber Jupiters - SpaceDaily
3/22/2005: The quest for a finer gamma ray detector

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Space:
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Technology:
3/22/2005: Adapt To New Technology Or Die Says Murdoch - SpaceDaily
3/22/2005: Do-it-yourself nanotech - Technology Review 
3/22/2005: TV show goes in search of the next 'it' gadget  - CNN
3/22/2005: New HDTV architectures needed, says display exec  - El. Engr. Times
3/22/2005: Artificial muscles get a makeover - MSNBC
3/22/2005: Methanol-powered artificial muscles start to flex - New Scientist
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