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Africa in a High-Technology Millennium
British Broadcasting Corporation interviews Nigerian computer and Internet pioneer, Philip Emeagwali, on what science and technology can do for Africa in the Information Age.

Center for Technology Studies
Resources from the Pacific Research Institute supporting ways to promote opportunity, innovation, and economic growth by limiting government intervention in the electronic frontier.

Fathom
Interactive knowledge organization, combining major world wide universities who manage this searchable database. Project is presently launching.

Government Technology
News, publications, conferences, and case studies about using technology in state and local government.

The Impact Of Technology
How the second industrial revolution ( miniaturisation and artificial intelligence) is relentlessly stagnating and impoverishing our community.

The Loka Institute
Non-profit research and advocacy organization concerned with the social, political, and environmental repercussions of research, science and technology.

Potomac Institute
A not-for-profit public policy research institute located in Arlington, Virginia and focusing on key science and technology issues facing society.

Pragmatic and Dogmatic Physics; Presentation and Response in
A report concerned with the analysis of one particular article that a German physicist published in Nature in 1938, the background of its publication and the response to it. The article had antisemitic aspects even as it was an article about scientific research.

Red Rock Eater News Service
Mailing list and links to articles from UCLA professor Phil Agre about social and political aspects of computing and networking.

Scientists For Global Responsibility
Explores the ethical dimension of scientific research and technology: ethical controversies, global energy and resource issues, alternative technologies, and global population and consumption.

Technology Watch Centre
The Technology Watch Center (TWC) an organization within the National Science Foundation under the auspices of the Science & Technology Personnel Development Project of the Ministry of Science and Technology.



A Survey Of Technology In Cities
Article by Nigel Harris, published in Urgan Age magazine, discusses how advancing technologies will affect cities. (October, 1998)

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