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Thursday, June 17, 2004


So Torture Is Legal?
by Anne Applebaum, Washington Post
To understand the magnitude of what may have gone on in America's secret prison, you don't need special security clearance or inside information. Anyone who wants to connect the dots can do it.

Tech & Science

Saying The World By Building A Better Light Bulb
by Farhad Manjoo, Salon
Edison's 19th century invention still burns on, a wasteful contributor to global warming. There's got to be a better way.


Why Is Art Not Reflecting World Events?
by Anna Somers Cocks, Independent
What has art done to give us an antidote to the terrible images that flashed around the world of the Twin Towers collapsing, of the naked men on a leash in Abu Ghraib, of the American having his throat cut?

Sad Adieu To College, And To Good Old .edu
by Joyce Cohen, New York Times
It's graduation season. Along with this rite of passage come significant changes — including, for many, the need to relinquish a college e-mail address.

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