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Effective IT curricula balances tradition with innovation. One way to enhance that balance is to examine the common threads in the various knowledge areas.
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An expert network created in Sweden becomes a cost-effective testing ground for journalists worldwide to use Internet-enabled services for building a base of knowledge, experience, and contacts.
Inexpensive storage and wide-area bandwidth (with prices for both declining at least as fast as Moore's Law) drive demand for middleware to integrate, correlate, compare, and mine local, remote, and distributed data.
Large-scale e-science, including high-energy and nuclear physics, biomedical informatics, and Earth science, depend on an increasingly integrated, distributed cyberinfrastructure serving virtual organizations on a global scale.
Contemplating the sociological and political aspects of the open source movement.
The Explicit Control Protocol and other new congestion-control systems greatly improve application performance over a range of network infrastructure, including extremely high-speed and high-delay links. What then is next for TCP and other established but less-capable Internet protocols?
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