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LATEST ARTICLES

Interview

The changing culture of computer science: an interview with Marianne Winslett, part 2

November 2017
Interviewed by Richard T. Snodgrass

The fundamental building block of any good text is each individual word. The wrong word can completely change the meaning of the sentence. Here's how to construct truly effective sentences. ...


Communication Corner

How to say what you mean and mean what you say

October 2017
by Philip Yaffe

The fundamental building block of any good text is each individual word. The wrong word can completely change the meaning of the sentence. Here's how to construct truly effective sentences. ...



Interview

Art Scott and Michael Frank on energy-efficient computing

September 2017
Interviewed by Ted G. Lewis

The fundamental building block of any good text is each individual word. The wrong word can completely change the meaning of the sentence. Here's how to construct truly effective sentences. ...


Commentary

Computational design

August 2017
by Peter J. Denning

The fundamental building block of any good text is each individual word. The wrong word can completely change the meaning of the sentence. Here's how to construct truly effective sentences. ...