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Monitor Archive for April 6, 2000

Japan asks if it works too hard
Words of Note
Microsoft economics 101
Helping small-town kids kick boredom (and drugs)
The search for extraterrestrial intelligence turns 40
Filling Holes in the Web
Speak up, dear. Your computer is listening
News In Brief
How the Victorians said it with flowers
News In Brief
Raising the roof on an Arctic high-rise
Today's Story Line
Balancing a job, a family, and Saddam Hussein
For US, Elian's father can't come soon enough
A dark light in the coal mine of history
News In Brief
The wild market: not for timid
New recognition of Vodou's role in Haitian culture
A round table of wit, wisdom, and strife
Time to bring the CIA to heel
EnGENEering the future
News In Brief
Violence escalates in Zimbabwe
In a land called Nunavut, it's 'Toonik Tyme'
The two-step begins
Internet transforms culture of spying
Time for all good people to come to the aid of their country?
Rudy and Hillary show may have a surprise guest
A Millennium Agenda
Madame Chiang Kai-shek
Shaping a genetic revolution
Prayer and the news
News In Brief
A dance to the music of life
Reputation
Panel calls for tightening biocrop oversight
Climbing the family tree through a thicket of slavery