Thursday, April 25, 2013
Lost in cyberspace, a sign of modern times in a cyber world

When James Gleick was my editor on the City Desk of The Times, he would often stare into space.

This was no mere daydreaming. Every time he stared, a clever idea bloomed. After leaving The Times, he founded one of the first Internet service providers. He made chaos theory so celebrated it inspired Tom Stoppard's "Arcadia." He wrote science and technology books acclaimed for...

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