Its 25 petabytes of data make it one of the largest repositories in cyberspace—but the archive's physical home in an old San Francisco church has become a popular public gathering place ...
To restore the region's salt marshes, scientists and engineers need to get their hands on huge quantities of the messy stuff
So far, they seem to be—but nobody really understands why
In 1995, Ivan Goldberg, a New York psychiatrist, published one of the first diagnostic tests for Internet Addiction Disorder. The criteria appeared on psycom.net, a psychiatry bulletin board, and began with an air of earnest authenticity: "A maladaptive pattern of Internet use, leading to clinically significant impairment or distress as manifested by three (or more) [...]..