Now that summer is in full swing, those of us who are not on vacation (or on the verge of one) are gazing at computer screens with a lemonade in one hand and a mouse in the other. But one philosophical debate that knows no season is the perennial tug-of-war between art and technology, This conundrum, however, seems to have been resolved at least on the Internet, where a plethora of new-media applications have merged graphics and text in dramatic new ways. In this issue's featured story, "Art Teams Up With Technology Through the Net" (p. 40), Marco Padula…
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