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For the Week of
January 8-14, 2004

Cover Story: Robots vs. Nobots:
The robo-revolution is loaded and ready to troll.

Triumph of the Robots: When Google tweaks its search rankings, whole economies tremble in fear.

News: Africa's Pot War
Feds promoting prohibition--in Ghana.

The Fly: Metro's new column kicks off with a report on the announcement of San Jose's next police chief, Rob Davis.

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Biter: More Hollywood wisdom from film critic Angus MacSavage.

Techsploits: The new SB 1386 law requires companies to notify Californians if their personal data is at risk of being stolen by hackers. But does SB 1386 have its limitations?

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Unstaking the Heart: 'One from the Heart,' the film that almost ruined Francis Ford Coppola, returns to the screen and arrives on DVD.

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Dirty South: 2 Live Crew's influence on hip-hop goes beyond what can be said on record.

Aural Fixation: Mark Kozelek aches for the past on 'Ghosts of the Great Highway.'

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Spice Drunk: Chaat Paradise travels the spice road, vegetarian-style.


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