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  1. Perfect Thing by Steven Levy, 1980
  2. The Unicorn's Secret: A Murder in the Age of Aquarius by Steven Levy, 1988-10
  3. Insanely Great: The Life and Times of Macintosh, the Computer That Changed Every by Steven Levy, 2000-06
  4. The Tools And Techniques of Estate Planning by Steven R. Leimberg, Ralph Gano Miller, et all 1998-09-02
  5. Panamanian Jews: Zion Levy, Whitney Stevens, Eric Arturo Delvalle, Max Delvalle
  6. Panamanian People by Religion: Panamanian Christians, Panamanian Jews, Manuel Noriega, Mariano Rivera, Zion Levy, Whitney Stevens
  7. Jews and Judaism in Panama: Panamanian Jews, Zion Levy, Whitney Stevens, Eric Arturo Delvalle, Max Delvalle
  8. Constitutional Law by Steven L. and Levy, Stephanie Emanuel, 1996-01-01
  9. Stevens Creek County Park Trail Descriptions and Distances by Bob & Louise Levy, 1993
  10. Stevens Creek County Park: Trail descriptions and distances by Robert J Levy, 1991
  11. Black Mountain, Upper Stevens Canyon, Monte Bello Open Space Preserve and surrounding area "feeder" trails: Trail descriptions and distances by Robert J Levy, 1991
  12. Wired Magazine November 2006 (Back Issue) (14:11) by Steven Levy, Clay Shirky, Scott Bernatto, Joshua Davis, John Hockenberry, Steve Silberman Gary Wolf, 2006
  13. Wired Magazine (Issn: 1059-1028) (August 2009, 017-08) by Brad Pitt, Steven Levy, et all 2009
  14. Markets and technology for recovering energy from solid waste by Steven J Levy, 1976

81. Bibliography
Project to build a 3D fax machine. Stanford Graphics Laboratory. January 18, 2000. Levy, Steven. The Noisy War Over Napster. Newsweek. June 5, 2000.
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AMICO. Barry, Richard. "Oasis' McGee:'£14.99 for a CD completely unjustified'." May 16, 2000. Carpenter, Humphrey. Tolkien: The Authorized Biography. Houghton Mifflin Company. Boston: 1977. (staff and wire reports). "Report: E-pirates ransacked Stephen King e-novella" March 30, 2000. Corbis. Cumbow, Robert-SEA. Feiner, Ruth. March 2000 Hopper, D. Ian. "Stephen King plans exclusive eBook release." March 8, 2000. Kadison, Dan. "King's Horror: He's 'Hacked' Up." NYPOST.COM. Kane, Margaret. "Is Napster taking a toll on CD sales?" May 25, 2000. Kunii, Irene. Sony Teached Walkman to Play MP3 Tunes. September 22, 1999. Lash, Jolie. "Offspring Come to Napster's Aid." April 26. 2000. Levoy, Marc and Hector Garcia-Molinas. Creating Digital Archives of 3D Artworks. Stanford Computer Science Department. March 27, 2000. Levoy, Marc. The Digital Michelangelo Project.

82. Karnac Books
Titles by Furman, Andrew C. Levy, Steven T. (Eds). Author Furman, Andrew C. Levy, Steven T. (Eds). Click to add to your basket, Andrew C. & Levy, Steven T. (

83. FULL CATALOG - Full View Of Record
Link Regulation of securities SEC answer book / Steven Mark Levy. Levy, Steven Mark. Regulation of securities. 2nd ed.

84. Anne Balsamo's Bibliography
Levy, Steven. Brave New World. Rolling Stone (June, 1990) 9298. Levy, Steven. Cyberspaced A gentle demurral to the hype about virtual reality.
A BIBLIOGRAPHY FOR Cyberspace Cyberpunk Electronic Communication Postmodernism
Compiled by: Anne Balsamo Program in Science, Technology and Culture School of Literature, Communication and Culture Georgia Institute of Technology Atlanta, GA 30332 (additions welcomed) November, 1992
  • Alexander, Michael. "Is it real, or is it digitized? Computerworld 25 (January 14, 1991): 22.
  • Aronowitz, Stanley. Science as Power: Discourse and Ideology in Modern Society.Minneapolis: U of Minnesota P, 1988.
  • (Art)n Laboratory. Sexy Science. Video, 1991.
  • Ashbrook, Tom. "Dive Into your home computer." Boston Globe, (August 22, 1988).
  • Auslander, Philip. "Intellectual Property Meets the Cyborg: Performance and the cultural politics of technology." Performing Arts Journal (Fall, 1991): forthcoming.
  • Bailey, Jr., Charles."Intelligent Mulitmedia computer systems." Library Hi-Tech (1990).
  • Balsamo, Anne. "Reading Cyborgs Writing Feminism." Communications, 1988: 331-345.
  • Balsamo, Anne. "The Virtual Body in Cyberspace." Journal of Research in the Philosophy of Technology, forthcoming.
  • Bankowsky, Jack. "Slackers." Artforum (November, 1991): 96-100.

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86. Wired 10.06: The Man Who Cracked The Code To Everything ...
Contributing writer Steven Levy ( is a senior editor at Newsweek and the author of Crypto. Page 2 . Previous Story The New Supertanker
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... But first it cracked him. The inside story of how Stephen Wolfram went from boy genius to recluse to science renegade.
By Steven Levy
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Word had been out that Stephen Wolfram, the onetime enfant terrible of the science world, was working on a book that would Say It All, a paradigm-busting tome that would not only be the definitive account on complexity theory but also the opening gambit in a new way to view the universe. But no one had read it. I wondered if the pages I was holding would actually be a part of history. Or would they be regarded as folly, an act of hubris by a brain-punk who'd been thumbing his nose at the scientific establishment even before he began to shave? I handed it back to him, with the assurance that upon its completion within a few months, I'd get a chance to go through it at my own pace. And so would the world. That was 10 years ago.

87. Wired 10.10: Lawrence Lessig's Supreme Showdown
By Steven Levy. What s left of a dream is stored at the Stanford Law School Contributing writer Steven Levy (, a senior editor at
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Lawrence Lessig's Supreme Showdown
By Steven Levy What's left of a dream is stored at the Stanford Law School library in 12 fat green loose-leaf binders and several legal boxes of supporting documents and briefs. They chronicle the 54 days that Lawrence Lessig, the Elvis of cyberlaw, helped Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson with the mother of all tech litigation: Department of Justice v. Microsoft . It was to be Lessig's greatest moment. Once a "right-wing lunatic," he's become a fire-breathing defender of Net values.
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Lawrence Lessig
In late 1997, after reading a profile of the super-brainy professor in the Harvard Law Bulletin , Judge Jackson had tapped Lessig to sort out the technical aspects of the case. "He was as knowledgeable as they come," says Jackson, who sits on the US District Court in DC. For the next two months, Lessig and his overqualified clerk, fellow Harvard Law professor Jonathan Zittrain, worked almost nonstop to produce a report. Lessig's time logs, which document the 278 hours he spent on the case (billed at $250 per hour, a bargain rate for someone with his credentials), reveal only one day off: Christmas. Some days he clocked 11 hours.

88. Three Minutes With Steven Levy
Author offers analysis of how ecommerce helped evolve encryption laws, and how we protect both ourselves and our privacy.
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Author offers analysis of how e-commerce helped evolve encryption laws, and how we protect both ourselves and our privacy. Kim Zetter, PC For decades, the U.S. government restricted the public use of high-strength encryption, and particularly its export from the United States, to protect its own surveillance of American citizens and foreign entities. Steven Levy, Newsweek 's technology columnist and author of the recently published Crypto , has covered the 20-year battle between civilian cryptographers and government agencies over the public's right to privacy. He's seen the demands of the Internet and electronic-commerce finally lead to the Clinton administration's easing of restrictions in September 1999.

89. Apple II History Timeline
6, Levy, Steven. Hackers Heroes Of The Computer Revolution, (Dell Publishing Co. 8, Levy, Steven. p. 190. 9, . Apple and Apple II History ,
intro the history what's new museum ... e-mail Contents B Apple II Timeline Pre-Apple History The Apple-1 The Apple II The Apple II, Cont. ... Rennaisance? A Apple II Software Hits B Apple II Timeline C Apple Geneology D Bibliography Index of Hypertext Links Glossary Prev ... Next Appendix B: Apple II Timeline,
31 Dec 02 Rose, Frank. West Of Eden: The End Of Innocence At Apple Computer (Penguin Books, New York, 1989) p. 27. Gray, Stephen B. "The Early Days", Creative Computing , Nov 1984: 6-14. Rose, Frank. p. 28. Marsh, Robert. "1975: Ancient History", Creative Computing , Nov 1984: 108-110. Ahl, David H. "Dave Tells Ahl", Creative Computing , Nov 1984: 67-74. Levy, Steven. Hackers: Heroes Of The Computer Revolution , (Dell Publishing Co., Inc, New York, 1984) p. 200. Smarte, Gene, and Reinhardt, Andrew. "15 Years Of Bits, Bytes, And Other Great Moments", Byte , Sep 1990: 369-400. Levy, Steven. p. 190. -. "Apple and Apple II History", The Apple II Guide , Fall 1990: 9-16. Rubin, Charles. "The Life & Death & Life Of The Apple II", Personal Computing , Feb 1985: 73.

90. The Levy Economics Institute Of Bard College
Steven M. Fazzari. The Levy Economics Institute Book Series Financial Conditions and Macroeconomic Performance Essays in Honor of Hyman P. Minsky

91. Heinemann: Steven Levy
Over the course of twentytwo years of teaching, Steven Levy has taught Available from Steven Levy. Starting from Scratch One Classroom Builds Its Own
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Institutes Heinemann Speakers ... Heinemann Seminars Special Features Resource Center Sample Chapters New Teacher Resources Exhibit Schedule Heinemann Distributors Author Resources Home ... Help Steven Levy Over the course of twenty-two years of teaching, Steven Levy has taught every grade level from kindergarten through college. He has been recognized as the 1992-93 Massachusetts Teacher of the Year and honored as the Outstanding General Elementary Teacher by the Walt Disney Company ion 1994-95. Levy has also received the John F. Kennedy prize for the teaching of history, and his project Lexingtons , USA, was chosen by the American School Board Association as one of the hundred best curriculum ideas in the nation. Available from Steven Levy EMAIL this page to a friend  Available from Steven Levy

92. Werblog: Steven Levy Article In Newsweek
Steven Levy article in Newsweek. Steven Levy article in Newsweek on Sony. Posted by Kevin Werbach at January 23, 2003 0946 AM
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93. Microsoft's Big Secret: Palladium
By Steven Levy, NEWSWEEK. July 1 issue Published June 24, 2002. In ancient Troy stood the Palladium, a statue of the goddess Athena.
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By Steven Levy, NEWSWEEK July 1 issue [Published June 24, 2002]

94. Hank Levy's Home Page
Stefan Saroiu, Steven D. Gribble, and Henry M. Levy. Proceedings of the First Symposium on Networked Systems Design and Implementation (NSDI), March 2004.
Henry M. Levy holds the Wissner-Slivka Chair in Computer Science and Engineering at the University of Washington. Hank's research projects focus on computer operating systems, distributed and parallel computing, the world-wide web, and computer architecture. Current projects include:
  • Reliable Operating Systems : We are building OS infrastructure (called "Nooks") to improve the reliability of commodity operating systems. Nooks allows both the OS and applications to tolerate failures in device drivers the most common cause of system crashes.
  • Measurement of Internet Behavior and Content Delivery Mechanisms : We have conducted several significant studies of the Internet and the Web, e.g., evaluating peer-to-peer file sharing systems (such as Kazaa and Gnutella), studying sharing of web documents and the potential of cooperative proxy caching, evaluating streaming media protocols, etc.
  • Simultaneous Multithreading ("Hyper-threading") : SMT is a processor architecture that executes multiple instructions from multiple threads each cycle. (See article on SMT in The Economist .) Intel has included SMT support on its Pentium-4 processors (called "Hyper-threading"), and IBM supports SMT on its Power-5 CPU.

95. Steve Gribble's Publications And Talks
by Stefan Saroiu, Steven D. Gribble, and Henry M. Levy. by Luke McDowell, Oren Etzioni, Alon HaLevy, Henry Levy, Steven D. Gribble, William Pentney,
Steven D. Gribble
Publications and Talks
Note: some of the postscript versions of these papers cause the ghostscript interpreter to crash, but they all seem to print without problems. Awards Academic Papers Selected Talks Thesis Work ... In the Media
  • Best student paper. An Analysis of Internet Content Delivery Systems , by Stefan Saroiu, Krishna P. Gummadi, Richard J. Dunn, Steven D. Gribble, and Henry M. Levy. Proceedings of the Fifth Symposium on Operating Systems Design and Implementation (OSDI 2002) , Boston, MA, December 2002.
  • Best student paper. King: Estimating Latency between Arbitrary Internet End Hosts , by Krishna P. Gummadi, Stefan Saroiu, and Steven D. Gribble. Proceedings of SIGCOMM IMW 2002 , Marseille, France, November 2002.
  • Best paper. A Measurement Study of Peer-to-Peer File Sharing Systems , by Stefan Saroiu, P. Krishna Gummadi, and Steven D. Gribble. Proceedings of Multimedia Computing and Networking 2002 (MMCN'02).
  • Best paper, awarded out of all 2001 Journal of Computer Networks papers.

96. Crypto By Steven Levy : Green Apple Books :
Crypto by Levy, Steven. Publisher Information Viking Penguin 2001. Hardcover with Dust Jacket. Condition VG/VG Book ID (sku) 99160. Price $9.50
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97. Internet Broadway Database: Steven M. Levy Credits On Broadway
Official Broadway credits for Steven M. Levy, biographical information and other related facts.

98. Matt McAlister :: Newsweek's Steven Levy Breaks Down The Meaning Of "tagging" Fo
Newsweek s Steven Levy breaks down the meaning of tagging for the rest of us. by Matt McAlister at 0150PM (EDT) on April 13, 2005 Permanent Link
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Not an ad...just so damn funny: Main Page Previous: Tim Bray asks, "Are tags useful?" Next: Craigslist + Google Maps = Killer App! Newsweek's Steven Levy breaks down the meaning of "tagging" for the rest of us by Matt McAlister Permanent Link Cosmos Tag this post with From Newsweek Think of tagging as the opposite of search. By leaving linguistic bread crumbs behind on your wanderings through cyberspace, you can easily relocate the sights (and sites) you saw along the way.

99. Lecture Outline For "Mods, Patches, Wads, Add-ons, Skins, Shapes And Plug-ins"
Levy, Steven, Hackers Heros of the Computer Revolution, Dell Publishing, New York, p.47. 4. Herz, JC, Joystick Nation, Little, Brown and Co., Boston, 1997,
"Parasitic Interventions: Game Patches and Hacker Art" by Anne-Marie Schleiner " This page has been constructed to allow you to get some of the cool add-ons that I have collected over the years. All the files are shareware and can be freely distributed provided they are not used for capital gain. The usual shareware jargon."-Intro to a Doom wad maker’s home page Beginning with add-on levels for bloodthirsty first person shooters a new kind of popular art form has emerged on the Internet that fuses the tactics of the hacker with the sensibility of the avid gamer. A patch (or a skin, a wad, a mod, a map or a shape) is an add-on to an existing game engine that alters the original code or state of a computer game.[2] A patch can range from a simple repair of an error in the original game to elaborate manipulation and customization of graphics, sound, game play, architecture or other attributes of the original computer game. Lets depart for a moment from the game patch to trace a few historical nodes in technocultural genealogy where computer hacking and games interlock. At MIT in the early 1960’s a group of "hacker/programmer" undergraduate students would sneak access to monolithic mainframes to write "frivolous" programs such as "expensive calculator" and "expensive typewriter". [3] One of these playful hacks was "Spacewar", a space opera inspired game (credited as the first computer game) programmed on the then new PDP1, the first mainframe that used a typewriter rather than punch cards for input.[4] "Spacewar" displayed player scores in octal and adapted an "expensive planetarium" program to simulate stars in space. Slug Russell’s illicit "Spacewar" quickly spread to other mainframe research centers.

100. Steven Levy | AUTHOR CATALOG
Steven Levy. AUTHOR ALERT *. *, *, Author Spotlight, *. Author Bookshelf. *. *. cover Artificial Life Written by Steven Levy Trade Paperback, 400 pages

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