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dot life Monday, 12 January, 2004, 15:22 GMT
The fax machine uprising
How did a loose collective of internet users force a government U-turn on controversial changes to digital privacy laws? The answer is that they did it using simple technology to create a large-scale grassroots protest campaign almost overnight.
Keyboard BBC Change your life, not your keyboard
Doubts surround the benefits of ergonomic keyboards in preventing repetitive strain injuries at work.
Screenshot from computer game Counter-Strike, Half-Life TV Gamers gather global audience
New software could soon turn computer games into a major spectator sport.
One man and his Univac Fifty years of computers
The first commercial computer is 50 years old this week. Racking up half a century of existence demands at least a moment or two of reflection.
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The US high-tech industry is trying to work out what life will be like under George W Bush
Hi-tech - low priority


Christmas could be a crunch time for web retailers
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