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Newsletter
Our laboratory used to publish and distribute by email the Information Technology Research Update: a free periodic newsletter providing summaries, analyses, insights, and commentaries on information technology research. This distribution format has been now been subsumed by our members' blogs . From this page you can access the archive of older issues as plain text messages.
  • Volume 3 Issue 2 with the following contents:
    • The Monkey Trial
    • Four New Research Outlets
    • New Trends in the Operating System Software Market
    • MIT's Courses are Now Online
    • Silly Web Sightings
  • Volume 3 Issue 1 with the following contents:
    • Automatic Program Verification>
    • Information Technology and Economic Performance
    • Peer to Peer Networks Used for Tracking Zebras
    • ACM Transactions on Embedded Computing Systems
    • Code Reading
  • Volume 2 Issue 6 with the following contents:
    • Machine Intelligence and the Turing Test
    • MIT's DSpace
    • Embedded Lightweight Software
    • Swarm Intelligence
    • The Economist on Digital Security
    • ACM: Special Interest Group on Electronic Commerce
  • Volume 2 Issue 5 with the following contents:
    • Technologies to Watch
    • HBR and WSJ on RFIDs
    • IEEE Security and Privacy Magazine
    • The New Linux Kernel
  • Volume 2 Issue 4 with the following contents:
    • Electronic product tracking used as an anti-theft measure
    • E-Commerce Journals
    • Content-Based Multimedia Indexing and Retrieval
    • Personalisation
    • Free Software/Open Source Software, Conference Report
  • Volume 2 Issue 3 with the following contents:
    • SANE 2002 Conference Report
    • Mobile Applications Call for Papers
  • Volume 2 Issue 2 with the following contents:
    • Dennis Tsichritzis on eGovernance
    • The Design Challenge of Pervasive Computing
    • Internet Firms
    • Magazine Focus: EContent, Content 100, and its Taxonomy
    • Research Outlet: ACM Transactions on Embedded Computing Systems
    • Electronic Journals
    • Senior Executives' use of Information Technology
  • Volume 2 Issue 1 with the following contents:
    • Lightweight Software Development Methodologies
    • JUnit Simplifies Testing of Java Programs
    • Research Focus: IBM Systems Journal
    • European Central Bank Notes to Embed RFID chips
  • Volume 1 Issue 1 with the following contents:
    • Peter Drucker "The Next Society"
    • Three New Research Outlets
    • Information Retrieval on the Web
    • Microsoft Press Books

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