US history as seen through the eyes of a young slave girl.
Iranian Shirana Shahbazi contrasts natural objects with bold, artificial settings.
Sites go to extraordinary lengths to stay legal in a world where taboos vary.
Bringing Internet openness to the closed wireless world is bold but difficult, analysts say.
Critical sticking point is the writers' demands for a bigger share of the burgeoning DVD market.
Low-maintenance sedum cuts energy costs as well as greenhouse gases. Roofs are costly, though.
The rise of 'contextual advertising' has created a 21st-century version of royalties.
Contributor to The Christian Science Monitor