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Related Media Lab articles

· Popular Mechanics BREAKTHROUGH AWARDS 2005, Logan Ward, Popular Mechanics.com

· New Digital Brush Makes the World Your Palette, Ker Than, Live Science Technology

· A New Alarm You May Want To Clock, Corky Siemaszko, New York Daily News

· Snooze button addicts defeated by runaway clock, New Scientist

· Device warns you if you're boring or irritating, Celeste Biever, NewScientist.com News Service

· Common Sense Boosts Speech Software, Eric Smalley, Technology Research News

· Wearable Computers You Can Slip Into, Olga Kharif, Business Week Online

· Being Digital Is Being Virtual, Hans-Peter Brøndmo, ClickZ Network

· Taking the Pulse of Technology at Davos, John Markoff, New York Times

· How To Make (Almost) Anything, Katharine Dunn, The Boston Globe

· Viral Communications, Frauenfelder's Journal

· Technology, Media, and Disability, Technology Review

· Making Music Into Art, Wilson Rothman, Time Magazine

· 2050 Future Shock, Douglas Belkin, The Boston Globe

· Voicemail Software Recognises Callers' Emotions, Celeste Biever, NewScientist.com

· In Search Of Personable Computing, Carolyn Y. Johnson, The Boston Globe

· Research Aims To Restore Amputee Limb Function, Noticias.Info

· Ready, set, Lego!, Simon Tsang, SMH.com.au

· Consortium Stresses Role Of Creativity, Marie Feliciano, Taiwan News

· The Dream Factory, Bruce Sterling, WIRED

· Smart Phone Predicts Owner's Behaviour, John Leyden, The Register

· Smart Fabrics To Make Wearable Computers A Reality, Pratap Ravindran, The Hindu Business Line, Internet Edition

· Move Over Bossy Boots: The Handbag That Speaks, Tim Radford, Science Editor, Guardian Unlimited

· Smart Fabrics Make For Enhanced Living, Celeste Biever, New Scientist

· Pervasive Computing Produces "Smart" Handbag, Gizmag

· Networked Purse That Reminds You To Grab An Umbrella, Peter Roja, EndGadget

· The Bag That Watches Your Wallet, Simon Hooper, CNN

· Clothing Mounted Computer Sensors Discussed by MIT, Berni Dwan, Digital-Lifestyles.Info

· WHAT'S NEXT; For Your Viewing Pleasure, a Projector in Your Pocket, Anne Eisenberg, The New York Times

· Make It Simple, The Economist

· The Digital Apartment, David Talbot, Technology Review

· Live-In Lab, Robert Weisman, The Boston Globe

· Cooking Up A Digital Future, Ian Hardy, BBC Click Online

· Biomechatronic Man, Lance Ulanoff, PC Magazine

· Social Lives Of A Cell Phone, Eric Bender, Technology Review

· I, Computer Shankar Vedantam, Lexington Herald-Leader

· Is "I, Robot" Our Future? Lance Ulanoff, PC Magazine

· Q & A With MIT's Nicholas Negroponte Steven Baker, Business Week Online

· Clash of disciplines grows innovation: MIT Stephen Bell, Computerworld

· Sixth Sense Peter Weiss, Science News Online

· 99 Percent Joe Chung, Technology Review

· Adventures in the Third Dimension Benjamin Fulford, Forbes.com

· Will your next display be 3D? Martyn Williams and Tom Krazit, [IDG News Service], PC World

Innovation & Technology News

· HP design could aid ultra-small electronics, John Markoff, The New York Times/International Herald Tribune

· Motorola Plans Interactive Outerwear, Elizabeth Millard, Sci-Tech Today

· Motorola to Build Cell Phones Into Ski Jackets, Deborah Cohen, Reuters/Washington Post

· Fisher-Price Color Pixter® Press Release, in .pdf format

· Sony, IBM, Toshiba Say New Computer Chip to Start Pilot Production, AP Feed, Technology Review

· The Future On Display, David Pescovitz, The Feature

· Wireless Sensor Networks Able to Self-Organize, NEAsia Online

· "Brainwave" Cap Controls Computer , BBC News

· See-through Circuits Speed Up, Prototype News, Technology Review

· Anywhere Interface, Prototype News, Technology Review

Covering the May 10th, 2004 Event:

1. MIT Media Lab Launching Consumer Electronics Push Richard Wallace, EETimes

2. What's Next for Consumer Gadgets? Liane Cassavoy, PC World

3. Motorola Targets iPodMarket, Steven Burke, CRN