The Business of Software
With its valuable characteristics, software is the most effective knowledge storage medium, making it the future currency of the world.
Digital Village: A Cyberpublishing Manifesto
The distribution of digital information on physical media is just not effective. Information belongs in cyberspace.
Closing the Circle of Information Technology
The Desktop Fab
Look to the Past to Envision the Future
The Future Is Ours
Astronauts and Mosquitoes
-User Interfaces: Disappearing, Dissolving, and Evolving
User-computer interfaces are a necessary evil.
When Everything Is Searchable
Bandwidth and the Creation of Awareness
The Paradox of Place
The Wireless Web
The Digital Physics of Data Mining
If we were logical, the future would be bleak indeed. But we are more than logical. We are human beings, and we have faith, and we have hope, and we can work. Jacques Cousteau, oceanographer
When Computers Speak, Hear, and Understand
When the Network Is Everything
Wearables in 2048
Pushing Functionality Into Even Smaller Devices
Computational Bioimaging For Medical Diagnosis and Treatment
"The future of radiology is not getting the data. We have plenty of data. The need is how to make use of all the data we have." Dr. William Orrison, chairman, Department of Radiology, University of Utah, Salt Lake City
Computers and Biology
Continuum Computer Architecture For Exaflops Computation
Never Lost, Never Forgotten
Spiritual Life and Information Technology
Promise and Peril?the Deeply Intertwined Poles of 21st Century Technology
The End of Computing Science?
The Computer-Mediated Economy
Be Absolute For Death: Life After Moore's Law
Accountability Through Transparency;: Life in 2050
Toward a New Politics of Intellectual Property
Forget the Past to Win the Future
The Demise of Sovereignty
A Larger Role in the Public Policy Process For User Control
Inventing the Future
Can Freedom Withstand E-Books?
Many Zeros Ahead
Insurance and the Computer Industry
The Future of the Internet Digital Divide
Developing the Future
Will Software Ever Work?
A Just-in-Time Software-Based World
Back to the Future
The Ubiquitous Beauty of User-Aware Software
Computer Security?an End State?
A Commonsense Opportunity For Computing
Keep (Over)reaching For the Stars
The year is 50,000 B.C. By a stream in the woods, very close to San Francisco Bay, stood Gulden Gote both nervous and excited about the experiment he was about to perform. The elders of the tribe stood close by in rapt attention …
Education Is the Key to Future Dreams
Universal Literacy?a Challenge For Computing in the 21st Century
The Computer Isn't the Medium, It's the Message
Closing the Fluency Gap
Inside Risks: Computers: Boon or Bane?