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Beakman Blasts Back Into Action

A children's television classic is resurrected ten years later, thanks to the FCC. Read More »

Book Review: Spook

Author Mary Roach follows up her best-selling book on death with an investigation into the afterlife. Read More »

Macintosh from the Ground Up

Andy Hertzfeld tells the curious and engaging story of how the Macintosh computer was born. Read More »

Thoughts on Tribeca

Thoughts on films from the 2005 Tribeca Film Festival, including "Puzzlehead," "Mysterious Skin" and "Tickets." Read More »

Hacking away at the iPod

A new offering from O'Reilly takes a look at what little creative engineering can let you do with your iPod and iTunes. Read More »

Conquering CSS

Make CSS work for you with this book full of "recipes" easy enough for even the beginner. Read More »

The must-have Internet design desk reference

No Starch Press presents a hefty reference volume, essential for any (and every) web programmer, developer and professional out there. Read More »

Lynch, live and lascivious

Comedian/musician Stephen Lynch shocks, horrifies... and amuses (a lot) on his new concert DVD. Read More »

Hacking into the hacker mind

Where is your network vulnerable to attack? A new book by Syngress helps network admins unmask hackers Read More »

Making PHP a snap

David Sklar's new book provides wannabe web programmers with the fundamentals of the flexible PHP programming language. Read More »