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RAIN 0316 Weekly Update: Technology (24)

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The Sun Herald 03/07/02
Company shredding its way to success
By TIMOTHY BOONE
THE SUN HERALD
Concerns about privacy and security are boosting the business of a year-old 
firm that provides a mobile shredding service across South Mississippi and 
Mobile.
Shred-It trucks, carrying heavy industrial shredders, are now calling on 
about 150 clients, including banks and hospitals, said Anthony Lowery, 
general manager of the Mobile franchise. In one hour, the shredder can grind 
1,200 pounds of paper into a mountain of thumb-sized scraps, ready for 
recycling.
http://www.sunherald.com/mld/thesunherald/2807968.htm


BBC News 03/08/02
Hacking with a Pringles tube
By Mark Ward
BBC News Online technology correspondent
Empty cans of Pringles crisps could be helping malicious hackers spot 
wireless networks that are open to attack.
Security company i-sec has demonstrated that a directional antenna made with 
a Pringles can significantly improves the chances of finding the wireless 
computer networks being used in London's financial district.
http://news.bbc.co.uk/hi/english/sci/tech/newsid_1860000/1860241.stm


AP 03/10/02
Malaysia Digital ID Slow to Take Off
PAULINE JASUDASON
Associated Press Writer
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia - The Malaysian government touts its new smart ID card 
with a litany of boastful slogans, like "Highly secure," "Single card, 
multiple solutions" and
"Incredible transformation."
http://www.siliconvalley.com/mld/siliconvalley/news/2832885.htm


ZDNet News 03/11/02
Are we ready for digital paper?
By Eric Schonfeld
Special to ZDNet
March 11, 2002, 4:30 AM PT
COMMENTARY-- Things go digital. That's just the way it is. Computers, phones, 
organizers, the tools in your doctor's office, music, cameras, movies, even 
dog tags and picture frames -- they've all been transformed by digital 
technology. Yet there's one artifact that has stubbornly resisted the trend 
-- paper. Despite countless attempts to digitize it or replicate its 
qualities electronically, paper refuses to get with the program.
http://zdnet.com.com/2100-1107-856627.html


GovExec.com 03/08/02
Study says federal Web sites need to be easier to use
By Joshua Dean
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Web sites in the federal government provide the public with high quality 
information, but they aren’t easy to use, according to a recent study.
http://www.govexec.com/dailyfed/0302/030802j1.htm


Wall Street Journal 03/11/02
Web's Uses Go Beyond Shopping, To Science, One Aquarium Shows
by Kara Swisher
It floats suddenly from the corner of the computer screen into view, a 
ghostlier version of the once-popular undersea screensavers.
But this large squid on the Web site of a Bay Area marine-research institute 
is real -- and unmistakably in its natural surroundings. Seeing it so easily 
and in real time is a minor miracle, brought online by a complex series of 
technologies that are becoming more commonplace.
http://online.wsj.com/article/0,,SB1015802424615871560,00.html



SLATE 03/12/02
E-Mail Impersonators
How to identify "spoofed" e-mail.
By Bill Barnes
After my wife cast her ballot on the morning of Election Day 1996, she 
arrived at work to find an e-mail from none other than the president of the 
United States ([log in to unmask]). He thanked her for her vote and 
promised to address her hot-button issues of education and women's rights. 
She was a little disturbed, but as it turned out the sanctity of her secret 
ballot hadn't been compromised. Someone (her husband) had merely sent her a 
spoofed e-mail.
http://slate.msn.com/?id=2063042



Los Angeles Times 03/12/02
A Music Lesson on Piracy for Hollywood
By PATRICK GOLDSTEIN
Tom Bonadeo noticed something funny last summer. The traffic patterns began 
to change on the broadband service he oversees as chief technology officer 
for NTC Communications, a firm that wires hundreds of apartment complexes 
near college campuses on the East Coast. Even though his company had enlarged 
its broadband capacity, its network was being clogged up every night with 
downloads from Morpheus, the popular file-sharing program that allows music 
fans to download a vast array of free songs.
http://www.latimes.com/technology/la-000018088mar12.story?coll=la-headlines-te

chnology


The Industry Standard Australia 03/13/02
Disappearing emails a legal threat
By Sandra Rossi
13 March, 2002 9:03 Sydney,
E-mail's most vexing question: how do you know it's missing if it never 
arrives – may
be annoying for users. However, it could be a serious legal problem for IT 
managers who
could fall foul of federal archiving laws.
http://www.thestandard.com.au/idg2.nsf/cw_AllH.../5B21B8D878EFB126CA256B7A0079

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Salon 03/13/02
Chained melodies
Copyright-holding corporations are pushing new laws and computer-crippling 
technologies in their war on piracy. But can anything keep geeks from copying 
the music and movies they crave?
By Damien Cave
A sense of panic, instead of anticipation, coursed through Brian Cianessi 
when he bought the "More Fast and Furious" movie soundtrack just before 
Christmas. He had heard that the CD was one of the first to be copy-protected 
for sale in the U.S. market. He feared his days of music ripping would soon 
be over; Universal Studios had allegedly found a way to keep listeners from 
making MP3s out of the album's nu-metal gems.
Cianessi, a 24-year-old Los Angeles computer programmer, wasn't interested in 
posting the songs to KaZaa, Gnutella or any of the other file-sharing 
networks that have sprung up in Napster's wake. He had no desire to be a 
pirate. But he did want to play songs
from the album on his MP3 player. "I was just worried that I wouldn't be able 
to rip the tracks, and subsequently transfer them to my car stereo, which has 
no CD player, only hard drives," he says.
http://www.salon.com/tech/feature/2002/03/13/copy_protection/print.html



GovExec.com 03/13/02
GSA pushing e-gov, security initiatives
By Liza Porteus , National Journal's Technology Daily
The General Services Administration is embarking on a set of initiatives to 
implement President Bush's agenda to enhance egovernment services and boost 
agencies' computer security.
http://www.govexec.com/dailyfed/0302/031302td1.htm


GovExec.com 03/13/02
Lawmakers examine Veterans Affairs IT security efforts
By Liza Porteus , National Journal's Technology Daily
Although the Veterans Affairs Department has been held up as a model for how 
government agencies should utilize information technology resources, it has a 
long way to go before it achieves satisfactory computer security, panelists 
told a House  Appropriations subcommittee Wednesday.
http://www.govexec.com/dailyfed/0302/031302td2.htm



NewsFactor 3/13/02
Text-Mining Technology Sorts Data the Smart Way
By Lou Hirsh
Randy Collica, a senior business analyst with Compaq, said that a principal 
strength of the new data-mining technology from SAS is that it can, if 
programmed correctly, evaluate the context of written data.
'You've got to enable the program to capture all possible uses -- for 
example, that 'eat' and 'eating' are both forms of the same word.'
http://www.newsfactor.com/perl/story/16764.html



Philadelphia Inquirer 03/14/02
Making mischief for cell phones
Hackers and virus writers are hard at work in Europe and Japan,
where the devices have advanced capabilities.
By Jim Krane
Associated Press
For malicious computer hackers and virus writers, the next frontier in 
mischief is the mobile phone.
http://www.philly.com/mld/inquirer/2856621.htm



Wall Street Journal 03/14/02
DigitalConsumer Takes Up the Fight Against Copyright Plans in Congress
by Walter S. Mossberg
A crucial debate is shaping up in Congress and in private industry about how 
freely you, the consumer, will be able to use digital music and video in the 
future.
The record companies and Hollywood are scheming to drastically erode your 
freedom to use legally purchased CDs and videos, and they are doing it behind 
your back. The only parties represented in the debate are media and 
technology companies, lawyers and
politicians. Consumers aren't invited.
http://online.wsj.com/article/0,,SB1016069415668607840,00.html?mod=technology_

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The Mercury News 03/13/02
Firms pushing customers toward estatements
By Deborah Lohse
Mercury News
At E*Trade Financial, customers must make special requests to get statements 
on paper instead of online.
At Datek, they must pay $2 for trade confirmations on paper instead of via 
e-mail.
These online firms are leading the way in a push by financial services 
companies to make customers go ``paperless'' and get their financial data 
online instead.
http://www.bayarea.com/mld/mercurynews/business/2849636.htm



International Herald Tribune 03/14/02
Bend me, shape me: the future of CDs
John Schmid International Herald Tribune
Thursday, March 14, 2002
Flexible and other next-generation disks are hot items at fair
HANNOVER, Germany The ubiquitous reach of the information age now threatens 
to leave even the reclusive cigar lover unspared.
The day has arrived when a smoker can unseal a metal tube and find the stogie 
inside enveloped by a flexible-as-foil compact disk that holds as many 
megabytes of information as any rigid CD.
http://www.iht.com/articles/51160.htm



Houston Chronicle 03/14/02
Schools go high-tech to catch fraud
By PAIGE HEWITT
Special to the Chronicle
Some students still scribble test answers on the bottom of their shoes. 
Others still conspire in the sly testswapping routine. But today, more 
students who cheat are turning to technology to do their dirty work.
Book reports and research projects can be bought online for as little as $10. 
For about $150, any kid with a keyboard can tap his way to a Web site and, 
within a few hours, be the owner of a customized paper that's formatted and 
footnoted perfectly -- all the student has to do is print it out and turn it 
in on time.
http://www.chron.com/cs/CDA/printstory.hts/metropolitan/1295199



FCW.com 03/14/02
County records forms online
BY Brian Robinson
Arizona's Maricopa County, the nation's fourth largest county, has begun a 
program
that eventually will enable up to 20 percent of the document processing of 
its Recorder's Office to be done completely online.
http://www.fcw.com/geb/articles/2002/0311/web-records-03-14-02.asp



New York Times 03/14/02
Piracy, or Innovation? It's Hollywood vs. High Tech
By AMY HARMON
eaders of two of the nation's most prominent industries, entertainment and 
technology, have begun publicly sniping at each other over how to stop 
consumers from illegally copying digital movies, music and television 
programs.
The feud grows out of Hollywood's frustration with the illicit flow of 
copyrighted works over the Internet. Despite courtroom victories against 
Napster and others deemed to contribute to Internet piracy, millions of 
people continue to download free digital copies of everything from Jennifer 
Lopez's latest hit single to the Disney movie "Monsters, Inc."
http://www.nytimes.com/2002/03/14/technology/14PROT.html



Governing.com March 2002
The HIPAA Headache
It’s complex, costly and confusing. Most states are still trying to figure 
out what the law that standardizes electronic health data is all about.
BY PENELOPE LEMOV
http://governing.com/3hipaa.htm



New York Times 03/14/02
In a Seamless Image, the Great and Small
By YUDHIJIT BHATTACHARJEE
IN the daily business of print journalism, losing sight of the big picture is 
not just a metaphorical expression. It is a very real experience for 
thousands of graphic artists and page designers working on computer screens, 
zooming in to look at the details of an image and zooming out to look at the 
overview.
http://www.nytimes.com/2002/03/14/technology/circuits/14FOCU.html



Fortune 3/18/02
The Best PDAs for Business
If you don't yet use an e-mail-enabled handheld on the job, we have a 
prediction:
There's one in your future.
by Peter Lewis
For Michael J. Fagel, a disaster-recovery specialist, wireless data service 
came of age in the rubble of the World Trade Center. While working in the 
chaos of ground zero just days after the towers fell, he says, "no cellphones 
worked, land lines were inoperative, and I needed answers about hazardous 
materials. There were no books or data, because we couldn't carry them on the 
site."
http://www.fortune.com/indexw.jhtml?channel=artcol.jhtml&doc_id=206620



Forbes 04/01/02
Software
Analyze This
Erika Brown, 04.01.02
Despite the software slump, sales are booming in business intelligence, a new 
tool that promises relief for performance anxiety.
Owens & Minor sold $4 billion worth of medical supplies to 150 hospital 
groups in the U.S. last year. But it provides something even more powerful: 
knowledge. Three years ago it began sharing with customers its ability to 
track purchases of adhesives, catheters and stents, giving them a peek at O&
M's own shipping performance and order backlog.
http://www.forbes.com/forbes/2002/0401/096.html?_requestid=6117&
_requestid=3967







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