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Where the name "Marconi Experiment" comes from ...

More Than 1,000,000 Americans. . .
...and counting. Christine Lavin's song is (alas) relevant again (and always until we do something)

More Than 1,000,000 Americans from christine lavin on Vimeo.

See Fortune's incredible pictures
" gives me the nice bright colors..." Kodak kills Kodachrome. Fortune presents some memorable images photographed on the famous film.

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It's the end of the world as we know it...
The CERN Large Hadron Collider goes "First Beam" on 9/1/08.

CERN's site
Will it create a black hole that swallows the earth? Will it find the Higgs-Boson "God particle" and explain the origins of the universe. Click here to visit the CERN LHC site, with lots of photos, cool animations, and more...

Being Japanese American

by Gil Asakawa
A compendium of Japanese American culture - and a look at how it's not quite Japanese -- read about it or order the book from

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