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Eugene Koh

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ON TECHNOLOGY

Nine months ago, this column began its run with the purpose of educating and informing the reader about issues in

Spinning Your Own "Web"

Back in the old days, when kings and queens wanted to hear music, the summoned live musicians to play for

ON TECHNOLOGY

The Internet has been the inspiration for strange and beautiful catch-phrases over the years. Like "cyberspace." And "World Wide Web."

Software Review

Since September, this column has endeavored every week to inform and educate the reader about some facet of the world

ON TECHNOLOGY

Last week I ranted about how those complaining about violations of privacy within Harvard Arts and Sciences Computer Services (HASCS)

'Net No Place for Privacy

Last week, The Crimson published an editorial, using that big ol' font that editorial folks love to use, pointing fingers

ON TECHNOLOGY

So what's the big deal about this new version of Windows? Microsoft has challenged Harvard students to find out. In

Breaking News

The Mail Spool Tragedy

What would postal service be like if everybody used their mailboxes like file cabinets? In fact, many students and faculty

Exploring the World Wide Web

Recently, in an office building in California, a worker connected a camera to his computer and took pictures of the

The Help Desk

People have been telling me over the past few weeks that I've been too easy on. HASCS, the Harvard Arts

ON TECHNOLOGY

Like many students this semester, I decided to purchase an Ethernet interface to connect my computer to Harvard's High-Speed Data

NBC Meets The Future

Finally, television network NBC stepped into the future yesterday with the introduction of "NBC Online," an interactive online supplement to

Taking the Power Mac for a Spin

O n March 14, Apple Computer unveiled the Power Macintosh series of personal computers, the first fruit of its 1991

School at School
Columns

What We Forget About School: School

Head of the Charles
Men's Crew

Head of the Charles 2014

CS50 in Mather
Columns

CS50 and the Humanities

Closing Ceremony
Columns

Ignore Congress. Close Gitmo.