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Sensor-laden glove brings medical examination to the masses

By Andy Oram
October 11, 2012

Recently a group of three young entrepreneurs showed off a prototype of a glove that contained sensors useful for medical examinations. Their goals were not merely to make diagnosis easier, but to save the doctor/patient relationship from the alienation of …

The Reading Glove engages senses and objects to tell a story

By Suzanne Axtell
March 28, 2012

What if you mashed up a non-linear narrative, a tangible computing environment and a hint of a haunted house experience? You might get the Reading Glove, a novel way to experience a story.

The Reading Glove engages senses and objects to tell a story

By Suzanne Axtell
March 28, 2012

What if you mashed up a non-linear narrative, a tangible computing environment and a hint of a haunted house experience? You might get the Reading Glove, a novel way to experience a story.

The Reading Glove engages senses and objects to tell a story

The Reading Glove engages senses and objects to tell a story
By Suzanne Axtell
March 28, 2012

What if you mashed up a non-linear narrative, a tangible computing environment and a hint of a haunted house experience? You might get the Reading Glove, a novel way to experience a story.

Chapter-by-chapter coverage of Masterminds of Programming

By Andy Oram
September 24, 2009

Programmer Taran Rampersad planned all along to write a review of Masterminds of Programming: Conversations with the Creators of Major Programming Languages--but his reading impressed him so much he ended up writing a review for each chapter.

Love and UNIX: An Undying Affection

Love and UNIX: An Undying Affection
By Allen Noren
February 13, 2009

Youthful indiscretions, trysts, dalliances? Programmer and writer Thomas Scoville has had them with every OS from VMS, MVS, and CP/M. He even admits to a short-lived infatuation with Windows. But he's always returned to his one true love, UNIX.


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