Nicholas Negroponte
WIRED Columns

6.12Beyond Digital December 1998
6.11Pricing the Future November  
6.10Being Anonymous October  
6.09One-Room Rural Schools September 
6.08Contraintuitive August  
6.07The Future of Retail July  
6.06Bandwidth Revisited June  
6.05Taxing Taxes May  
6.04RJ-11 April  
6.03Toys of Tomorrow March  
6.02Poweless Computing February  
6.01The Third Shall Be First January  
5.12Nation.1 December 1997
5.11New Standards for Standards November  
5.10On Digital Growth and Form October  
5.09Reintermediated September 
5.08Wireless Revisited August  
5.07Digital Obesity July  
5.062B1 June  
5.05Tangible Bits May  
5.04Dear PTT April  
5.03Pay Whom Per What When, Part II March  
5.02Pay Whom Per What When, Part I February  
5.01Surfaces and Displays January  
4.12Laptop Envy December 1996
4.11Being Local November  
4.10Electronic Word of Mouth October  
4.09The Future of Phone Companies September 
4.08Building Better Backchannels August  
4.07Object-Oriented Television July  
4.06Who Will the Next Billion Users Be? June  
4.05Caught Browsing Again May  
4.04Affective Computing April  
4.03Pluralistic, Not Imperialistic March  
4.02The Future of Books February  
4.01Where Do New Ideas Come From? January  
3.12Wearable Computing December 1995
3.11Being Decimal November  
3.102020: The Fiber-Coax Legacy October  
3.09Get a Life? September 
3.08Bit by Bit, PCs Are Becoming TVS. Or Is It the Other Way Around? August  
3.07Affordable Computing July  
3.06Digital Videodiscs: Either Format Is Wrong June  
3.05A Bill of Writes May  
3.04The Balance of Trade of Ideas April  
3.03000 000 111: Double Agents March  
3.02Being Digital: A book (p) review February  
3.01Bits and Atoms January  
2.12Digital Expression December 1994
2.11Digital Etiquette November  
2.10Sensor Deprived October  
2.09Why Europe is So Unwired September 
2.08Prime Time Is My Time: The Blockbuster Myth August  
2.07Learning by Doing: Don't Dissect the Frog, Build It July  
2.06Less Is More: Interface Agents as Digital Butlers June  
2.05Bit by Bit on Wall Street: Lucky Strikes Again May  
2.04The Fax of Life: Playing a Bit Part April  
2.03Talking with Computers March  
2.02Talking to Computers: Time for a New Perspective February  
2.01Aliasing: The Blind Spot of the Computer Industry January  
1.06Virtual Reality: Oxymoron or Pleonasm? November 1993
1.05Repurposing the Material Girl October  
1.04Set-Top Box As Electronic Toll Booth: Why We Need Open-Architecture TV August  
1.03Debunking Bandwidth: From Shop Talk to Small Talk June  
1.02The Bit Police: Will the FCC Regulate Licenses to Radiate Bits? April  
1.01HDTV: What's Wrong With this Picture? January  

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