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In 1996 he ran a Web-hosting service and deleted the page of a known spammer, who retaliated by inventing this attack. ) On these grounds, secret spam filtering seems defensible. But although it does stop much spam and many viruses, the Orwellian consequence is that e-mail is divided into the deliverable and the nondeliverable, and not always correctly. Individuals and organizations frequently find themselves on the wrong side of the spam-filter black hole, with no help in sight. If the rules for filtering spam are kept secret, how does a political organization know if its urgent campaign e-mail is bouncing because of a hyperactive spam filter, or because someone at the ISP disagrees with the group and has intentionally flagged it, or C O L U M N I S T I L L U S T R AT I O N : R O B K E L LY; C O L U M N I S T P H O T O G R A P H : J O N AT H A N W O RT H ; P H O T O I L L U S T R AT I O N : D AV I D P L U N K E RT POPULAR T SOAPBOX 38 POPULAR SCIENCE MARCH 2005 SCIENCE FRICTION THE MARKETING AND MANGLING OF SCIENCE IN POPULAR CULTURE BY GREGORY MONE The Two Faces of Einstein In the centennial year of his breakthrough work, amid all the kitschy paraphernalia, which Albert do we celebrate?

The city’s transit commission is testing hybrid buses that will cut emissions even further. The mayor isn’t surprised that Minneapolis ranks so high in tech, just that someone finally noticed. “The city has undergone a series of rebirths,” he tells me as the car sits silently at a traffic light. Built next to the only waterfall on the Mississippi River, Minneapolis has been a center of industry and tech- HIGH-TECH JOBS 1 SAN JOSE ➤ IN SAN JOSE, THE UNOFFICIAL CAPITAL of Silicon Valley, technology companies employ more than 300,000 people—practically a third of the populace.

42 POPULAR SCIENCE MARCH 2005 We restarted the computer, and it still said Minneapolis. And so it was that I was told to pack my bags for a mission: I was to “test drive” the city, to immerse myself in this technopolis, to divine firsthand the ways in which our winner expresses its technological preeminence. Now, obviously there is something rather artificial about such an assignment. The technological accomplishments that define Minneapolis provide benefits designed primarily for the city’s residents, not tourists.

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