Creatures of Cambrian May Have Lived On
By JOHN NOBLE WILFORD
The discovery of 480-million-year-old fossils in Morocco supports the likelihood that the Cambrian Explosion’s diverse life continued to evolve.
A New Clue to Explain Existence
By DENNIS OVERBYE
New evidence could help clear up why the universe is composed of matter and not its opposite, antimatter.
Doomsayers Beware, a Bright Future Beckons
By JOHN TIERNEY
While schools of despair await the end of modern civilization, the writer Matt Ridley expects less poverty and disease, and greater freedom and happiness.
At YouTube, Adolescence Begins at 5
By BRAD STONE
Chad Hurley, YouTube’s chief executive, says that professional video is drawing ever larger and more engaged audiences to the Google subsidiary, a sign that the site is growing up.
Filmmakers Tread Softly on Early Release to Cable
By MICHAEL CIEPLY
Studios now can block new films from being copied on pay-per-view systems, but they fear theaters’ reaction if they sell to cable before DVDs are out.
What We're Reading: Strategy and Back Story
By THE NEW YORK TIMES
Our reading list includes items about an important engineer leaving Twitter, Microsoft focusing on scientific computing and Facebook privacy -- of course.
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