C O N T E N T S
High on Technology
- by John Cavanagh and Michael Goldhaber
High-tech - brought to you by IBM, GE, Hitachi, and others - is drastically changing the way
we work, play, and communicate.
Automakers Get the High Tech Religion
- by Robert Krinsky
From painting to welding to assembly, computers have revolutionized auto production. Workers
are worried - consumers should be to.
- by Michael Goldhaber
With the growth of Microelectronics, information is now a commodity.
Cashing In on DNA
- by Kathleen Selvaggio
Biotech promises miracle vaccines and super crops, but the drive for profits may limit what it
- an interview with David Noble
The High Tech Dilemma
- by Tim Shorrock
As labor searches for a viable couterstrategy, the Third World struggles to keep up.
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