see "Edited" for the version that ran in the paper.
What will the Internet look like in the future?
Clinton's National Plan for Information Systems Protection.
Did Toys R Us screw up on purpose?
The stupidity of outlawing circumvention technology.
The NRC's "The Digital Dilemma: Intellectual Property in the information age" reports.
Corrections to the DVD column.
Denial of service attacks and the Internet architecture.
Doubleclick's change of plans.
Is protecting privacy moral?
DoubleClick changing plans again.
There needs to be a cost to lax security.
Federal Internet sales tax panel's report.
802.11 Wireless in action
Cell phones, the Internet and WAP.
The power of Internet Radio.
Reasons for the failure of ubiquitous ATM.
Problems with Microsoft's version of Kerberos.
Microsoft enabled the LoveBug virus.
Napster vs. the Recording Industry Association of America.
A failure to evaluate the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act.
Some simple laws that would help protect Internet privacy.
Problems with WAP
A failure to learn the lesson of the non-scalability of ATM.
The problems with the new House of Representatives bill on spam email.
Content will not be king of the Internet.
Will the carriers be able to tell if you are running VoIP?
Aggressive daydreaming in the dot com world
The Blockbuster-Enron video on demand dsaydream
The FBI's Carnivore wiretapping system
Digital materials in libraries
There are no simple solutions to the Internet's routing problems
The non-link between Internet carriers and services
Mandatory features for VoIP considered harmful
The speed of distribution of a false report on Emulex
Australia's dumb idea for international Internet settlements
Bad pricing will kill cause an Internet in planes service to fail
Ignoring human behavior in application design
Overloading CEOs with data
Fortune mag's Internet predictions
Can AT&T be this stupid on its own?
The feds asking for opinions on a draft set of regulations for the Consumer Reporting Reform Act
National Research Council's book on "Toward a National Research Network"
What will voice service look like in an IP enabled world
The problems with Internet voting
The far-to-expensive spectrum auctions in Europe
Advance planning is not always best
The French courts desire for a France-only Internet
Security problems are not just failures in technology