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brings to mind an MIT project from 14 years ago  *Wednesday May 02, 2012 @05:46PM 2 2
   attached to Automated Dorm Room Causes a School Inquiry
Re:Reductio ad Absurdum  *Friday November 04, 2005 @10:30AM  3, Insightful
   attached to USPTO Issues Provisional Storyline Patent
Thanks, and a couple of questions  *Sunday August 21, 2005 @10:27AM 1 1
   attached to Wanted - An Online Publishing Business Model?
First do no harm  *Friday August 05, 2005 @02:46PM  1
   attached to Pentagon Wants Screenplays From Scientists
Here's a sense of the scope of CS projects...  *Saturday April 02, 2005 @05:00PM 1 1
   attached to Pentagon to Significantly Cut CS Research
Hmm. This story looks remarkably...  *Wednesday December 15, 2004 @02:33PM 1 1
   attached to The Promise Of Transparent Circuits
Here's a story...  *Wednesday April 21, 2004 @09:05AM  4, Informative
   attached to New Polymer Ideal For Secure Data Storage
The long version...  *Wednesday November 19, 2003 @04:56PM  1
   attached to Segway-Based Robot Opens Doors
We ran a related story...  *Friday November 07, 2003 @11:20AM  1
   attached to Better Displays With New Nanowire Film
More details are in the...  *Monday October 20, 2003 @09:11AM  1
   attached to ElectAura-Net, a 10-Mbit/second Body Network
We ran a longer story about this...  *Thursday April 03, 2003 @06:59PM  2, Interesting
   attached to Quantum Computing Programming Language
Bell Labs started talking about this...  *Friday January 17, 2003 @05:25PM  1
   attached to Reflections
We covered this a few months ago...  *Wednesday December 18, 2002 @11:44PM  1
   attached to New Software Secures Data when Owners Walk Away
another take on it  *Monday December 02, 2002 @07:28PM  1
   attached to Molecular Photography
Re:Simmilar work at Bangor University  *Tuesday March 19, 2002 @02:33PM  1
   attached to Optical Cryptography

In English, every word can be verbed. Would that it were so in our programming languages.