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Magazine articles on distributed computing: peer-to-peer, grid computing, distributed information systems.
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Bank Technology News
February 2001
Karen Epper Hoffman
Peer-to-Peer is Here Venture capital is drying up for most Internet "wannabes," but it's pouring into P-to-P computing... mark for My Articles 52 similar articles
December 14, 2000
Damien Cave
Come together, right now, over P2P Popular Power will pay to borrow your computer and make the world a better place... mark for My Articles 108 similar articles
October 2000
Mark Johnson
Power from the people JavaWorld columnist Mark Johnson recently had the opportunity to speak with Nelson Minar about his company's business model, the technological challenges facing Popular Power, and Java's role in answering those challenges... mark for My Articles 410 similar articles
October 12, 2000
Katharine Mieszkowski
Your computer can fight AIDS A PC can do more in its spare time than look for aliens. It can also save lives. Even while you're reading this Web page, you could be researching new AIDS treatments, or rather, your computer could... mark for My Articles 118 similar articles
October 2000
Jerome Kuptz
Independence Array How Gnutella and Napster actually work... mark for My Articles 78 similar articles
September 29, 2000
Janelle Brown
The Gnutella paradox As soon as an online music-trading service gets big enough to be useful, it's doomed... mark for My Articles 191 similar articles
October 2000
P2P Pages Wired's Guide to Global File-Sharing mark for My Articles 317 similar articles
August 28, 2000
Damien Cave
Information just wants to be Freenet Rob Kramer and Ian Clarke's new venture, Uprizer, wants to be the Red Hat of peer-to-peer networks. What's behind their wall of secrecy? mark for My Articles 75 similar articles
August 28, 2000
Damien Cave
Why Intel's into P2P If peer-to-peer networking becomes the "next computing frontier," guess who stands to benefit? mark for My Articles 787 similar articles
August 2000
Howard Rheingold
You Got the Power Next comes the payoff. A wave of startups is poised to harvest the network's most wasted resource: your idle CPU cycles. mark for My Articles 65 similar articles
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