&bull pictures and diagrams of the first Ethernet cable in the world;
&bull the carpet on which graphic user interfaces were invented;
&bull a smart mirror that helps indecisive shoppers compare outfits;
&bull a gallery of caution signs seen along PARC's many corridors;
&bull a contest in which you could win an Alto user handbook or a Smalltalk instruction manual;
&bull an interview with PARC employees about how they geek out and party and eat good food;
&bull an explanation of the MrTaggy search engine;
&bull pretty photos of flexible electronics;
&bull and the mystery of Alan Kay's office. On the non-PARC-related front, we have Rob's review of the Fit PC2; Jonathan Harris' new Sputnik project; and Dell's ultra-mobile audiovisual presentation platform. Enjoy!
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