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The war on terrorism moves to space

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Space may be the final frontier – at least for now, but military experts say one thing for sure is that it is the next frontier in the war on terrorism. Speaking at the 18th annual Space Symposium at the Broadmoor last week, military and civilian experts said satellite technology is so refined that in… Continue Reading The war on terrorism moves to space

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Everybody in the department has a new computer, a RAM-loaded workhorse with a dedicated fax line, 21-inch full-color flat-screen monitor and a supercharged graphics card. Hooray! But what happened to your old workstation – the one with the tiny monitor and the central processing unit that kept crashing – the one loaded with lead, cadmium,… Continue Reading Commentary: Computer disposal is enviro. challenge

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The importance of the National Space Symposium, held annually in Colorado Springs, has never been greater since the terrorist attacks on the United States last September. The symposium brings together military minds, defense scientists, and others interested in keeping the United States at the forefront in space science and in protecting the United States from… Continue Reading Space Symposium unites dedicated military minds

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The merger between Hewlett Packard Company and Compaq Computer Corporation is history, waiting only on certification of stockholder election results, but the merger’s impact on local branches of both companies remains unknown. Locally, no one at either company would provide information to the Business Journal, but did provide numbers to corporate offices. At press time,… Continue Reading Local impact of HP/Compaq merger remains unknown

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Your semiconductor plant just suffered a brief power outage and the menu-driven spectrum analyzer isn’t working – or the calibration on your one-inch micrometer is off just enough to make it impossible to use. Equipment –whether digital, analog or mechanical – does break down and complicates life. Mountain Metrology and Repair (MMR), serves quality assurance… Continue Reading Local firm repairs, tests tech equip. for accuracy

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On March 6, EDS Corporation, with nearly 1000 employees in the Pikes Peak region and more than 21,500 nationwide, was awarded the prestigious Points of Light Foundation Award of Excellence. The award honors companies that have made a serious commitment to the community and have made employee volunteer efforts a central part of their operations,… Continue Reading IT firm's employees honored for volunteer efforts

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His client list reads like the “Who’s Who” of Colorado Springs business, past and present: IBM, Rolm, MCI, Hewlett-Packard, Agilent Technologies, Digital Equipment Corporation, TRW and even historic semiconductor pioneer, Cray Computers. And then there are the advertising agencies, the Broker Restaurants in Denver (a 30-year client), the Broadmoor Hotel, area real estate companies, builders… Continue Reading Photographer charts new territory in the art of technology

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“Here, Aibo, here Aibo. Good dog! Where’s your ball?” Put in the name of your choice, and it’s a greeting pet owners world-wide probably issue on a regular basis. But Aibo is different. You don’t have to walk him, he needs no shots, and subsists on a diet of, well, direct current. Aibo is the… Continue Reading Sony keeps tight reign on software for virtual dog

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A financier’s point of view In a recent article for Commercial Investment Real Estate (CIRE), Benjamin Nummy, vice president with Morgan Stanley takes a look at real estate financing for today’s surviving technology ventures and dot.coms. He warns that the amount of vacant office square footage will increase dramatically in the next two years and… Continue Reading Briefs: Financier gives office real estate advice+

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Several hundred business and community leaders listened intently last week as four local experts on the Springs economy shared economic insights at the annual Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM) Economic Forecast Breakfast Tuesday, Feb. 29. Mike Anderson, Director, City Office of Budget and Financial Analysis; Doug Carter, of Doug Carter, LLC, and authority on… Continue Reading Economic Forecast Breakfast provides food for thought

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