Volume 14, No. 2
April 2002

Mercurial Matters

SHOT 2002 in Toronto

Graduate Student Bonus

Survey of Local TV History

News of Mercurians and their Projects

Citizens (Band) of France Unite!

Printing a Revolution?

The End of Books

Reading Red Ochre: Parting Thoughts on Mixed Receptions

Dishing It Up: Really Big Antennas

Journal Announcements

Communications Under the Seas

Contact Us

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red ochre stone

Cover: The larger (7.6 centimeters long) and more complex of two etched red ochre stones, found at the lower tip of South Africa, in the 77,000 year-old Blombos Cave deposits. See Reading Red Ochre,. Courtesy of National Science Foundation. < [Editor's Note: this link is broken.]>