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Bringing Computers Together

The internet is about to unleash the full potential of the world’s computers. Gridding computers together over the internet allows idle computers to compute problems originating from other machines. Seti@home allows your computer to decode extra terrestrial radio signals captured by space telescopes and radio scopes, while it is in screen saver mode. This technology could soon be focused on ...

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We've got work to do

A study just released by UCLA Public Health reports that Asian and Latino immigrants in California are not getting cancer screening tests at the same rate as whites and African Americans. The differences — attributed to cultural, education, language and other barriers — occur even when comparing people with similar income levels or health insurance status across racial and ethnic ...

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Meet The Neighbors

In trial since early November, the service allows users to create a profile mapped to their postcode, and enter into discussions with people close to their location. It’s this element of location, which has lifted UpMyStreet Conversations out of the old bulletin-board arena into the trendy new area of social software. [Guardian, 9 Jan. 2003] This web site sounds a ...

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Care-Giver Tech Slowly Evolves

Wired News: Care-Giver Tech Slowly Evolves As someone with very elderly in-laws, I’d estimate that this is going to be very singnficant. You really want remote monitoring. All I can say is that it’s got to be goof-proof. A significant part of this will probably be cancer patients. What do you think can be done for them by telemetry and ...

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