For the Week of
June 1-7, 2005
Cover Story: John Markoff: LSD to PCs:
How the '60s counterculture spawned Silicon Valley's personal computer revolution.
News: Up Against City Hall:
If the shock of the project's price tag wasn't enough, the aftershock is being felt in the streets next to the new building.
The Fly: Conan the Incumbent Booster.
Silicon Alleys: Ultra Hate.
Techsploits: Everybody Loves Vader.
Rev: Bush Deconstructed: Biodiesel's secret is that Republicans love to support it, too
He Will Rock You: In the documentary 'Rock School,' wannabe guitar gods learn their power chords the old-fashioned way.
Pigskin: Adam Sandler doesn't go the extra mile in remake of 'The Longest Yard.'
The Pants Recaptured: Trou for one, one for trou: 'The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants' hits the screen.
Panic in Detroit: Soul brother Dwele reps his city and its rock heritage.
The Newlyweds: Spazz-rock trio Oneida take a baroque turn.
Shame vs. Guilt: 'Bangkok Tattoo' explores the culture of shame.
The Whole Noyce: Stanford historian Leslie Berlin tracks the high-tech life of chip father Robert Noyce in a new biography.
Secret's Out: Kabab and Curry's in Santa Clara is about to break big in the Indian cuisine scene.
Live Feed: You Are What He Eats.
5 Things to Love: Great Camping Foods.
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