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Winter2003 cover image
Volume 20
Number 4
60 pages
Winter2003 back cover image
Quote: "No one realized that the pumps that delivered fuel to the emergency generators were electric." - Angel Feliciano, representative of Verizon workers explaining why Verizon's backup power failed during the August 14 blackout causing disruption to the 911 service.
Notes: Page 25 has a picture of an interesting ad that is not in the index.

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Synopsis Discusses genetically modified organisms (GMOs) and gives enough information that anyone who could pass a high school biology lab could create a "transgenic organism".
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Pages 3 and a third
In Best of 2600 book? Yes, page 820, Section 3 (2000 and Beyond: A Changing Landscape), Chapter 18 (Toys of the 21st Century)

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Bit Bucket Jargon for where lost computerized data has gone - used here as a miscellaneous category.    (more..)