Pondering the end of the world before it happens.
Brock N. Meeks
The Internet as a learning tool has its highs and lows, its positive and negative aspects. But wherever you stand on the bumpy ride, the Net uniquely supports learning.
Elliot Soloway, Cathleen Norris, Phyllis Blumenfeld, Barry Fishman, Joseph Krajcik, Ronald Marx
Lifelike means convincing the audience an animated character has intelligence, personality, and emotion while inhabiting a physical world.
Tom Porter, Galyn Susman
"It seemed to him that he knew exactly what it felt like to sit in a room like this, in an armchair beside an open fire with your feet in the fender and a kettle on the hob, utterly alone, utterly secure, with nobody watching …
Millions more individual investors, lower commissions, Web-based interfaces, new e-brokerages and e-trading systems. ... Along with an unobservable market structure and hidden transaction costs.
Prabhudev Konana, Nirup M. Menon, Sridhar Balasubramanian
The market is ripe, the time is now, for tapping into the potential gold mine that surrounds computer games for girls.
Cecilia M. Gorriz, Claudia Medina
Will the government's inevitable regulation reflect the Net's historic egalitarian, democratic, all-welcoming view of information?
Reconceptualizing how an interpersonal memoryparticularly one including people and technologymay be defined.
Mark S. Ackerman, Christine A. Hadverson
Mike Robinson, Mikko Kovalainen, Esa Auramäki
Jagdish Chandra, Salvatore T. March, Satyen Mukherjee, Will Pape, R. Ramesh, H. Raghav Rao, Ray O. Waddoups
Assessing the impact of software engineering development tools with an innovative set of measures for implementation.
Srinarayan Sharma, Arun Rai
Ask for a definition of "multimedia," and you'll likely never hear the same description twice. So, how do we go about teaching it?
Ruben Gonzalez, Greg Cranitch, Jun Jo
Carl Ellison, Bruce Schneier