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Brian Fuller2
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posted in March 2002

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Move over, Rube
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3/25/2002   Post a comment
My daughter, an eighth-grader, sidles up as I sit by the fire on a cold Sunday evening. "Dad, we need to come up with a Rube Goldberg idea by Thursday."
The fine print
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3/18/2002   Post a comment
For reasons that elude me, we don't celebrate the birthday of William Caxton, who'd be about 580 years old this year.
RISC pioneer Hennessy weighs in on academia's shifting role
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3/15/2002   Post a comment
At last year's Hot Chips conference, a man slips into the auditorium from a side door, folds himself into an empty seat, props up his feet and listens intently to a talk on parallel processing. When the presenter is done, the sloucher bolts upright and hustles to the microphone to machine-gun deep technical questions at him. A competitor late to the discussion? No. It was the president of Stanford University, John L. Hennessy, taking time just weeks before the start of the fall term to indulge i
Rank and risk
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3/11/2002   Post a comment
The Enron mess has focused a light on executive compensation to such a point that the The Wall Street Journal asked recently, "Does Rank Have Too Much Privilege?"
Reading the signs
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3/4/2002   Post a comment

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