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Internet Voting Is an Idea Whose Time Has Come

0 Comments · Thursday, May 25, 2000
Just as it's changed the way we shop, research, invest and communicate, the Internet could revolutionize this country's electoral process. Internet voting could attract fresh voices to the polls, pe  

Cincinnati Legislator Seeks Ohio Law to Show Mercy When Babies Are Abandoned

0 Comments · Thursday, May 11, 2000
In this prosperous country, news of abandoned babies is always shocking. From the comfortable vantage point that many of us enjoy, it's difficult to empathize with mothers who set their babies down  

No-Hands Computers Not That Far Away

0 Comments · Thursday, April 27, 2000
Typing and dragging a mouse are the most inefficient aspects of computing. Our minds race along at lightening-quick speed, creating, innovating, using the knowledge and insight we have gained throug  

Anti-Abortion Fervor in Ohio Legislature Shows No Sign of Slowing

On the Beat

0 Comments · Thursday, April 6, 2000
In 1973, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that laws banning abortion violate women's right to privacy, as protected by the Fourth, Ninth and 14th amendments to the U.S. Constitution. In the 27 years si  

The Future of Wearable Computers Is Closer

0 Comments · Thursday, March 23, 2000
The Sony VAIO, an ultralight notebook PC weighing just over three pounds, boasts a 400MHz processor, 128MB of RAM and a 8.1GB hard drive. The Hewlett-Packard Jornada, a handheld computer, weighs les  

Ohio's Goal to Spend Tobacco Settlement on Education Is a Cruel Hoax

0 Comments · Thursday, March 9, 2000
In November 1998, Attorney General Betty Montgomery held a press conference to announce that Ohio would end its lawsuit against the country's five largest cigarette manufacturers by joining 45 other  

Cincinnati Company Helps Organize and Catalogue the Web

Science and Technology

0 Comments · Thursday, February 24, 2000
The Internet holds a seemingly all-encompassing collection of knowledge and opinion. Servers around the world house volumes of information on every imaginable topic -- history, art, science, religio  

Science & Technology: Digital Wire: Science & Technology

All the News That's Fit to Surf Online

0 Comments · Thursday, January 27, 2000
'American Journalism Review reports that more than 3,400 domestic newspapers are online, as are most of the country's news magazines. The four major broadcast television networks, CNN and NPR all ma  

Are Community Schools Really Working?

on the beat

0 Comments · Thursday, September 9, 1999
Community schools, privately operated academic institutions that receive per-student state funding similar to that received by public schools, are exempt from many of the state laws governing educa  

Y2K Glitches: Immunity for All?

on the beat

0 Comments · Thursday, August 26, 1999
On Jan. 1, 2000, we will wake to see if the billions of lines of programming code that underlie almost everything from automatic doors and grocery store scanners to power stations and financial mar