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The considerable breadth and depth of projects and programs at the Media Laboratory of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) are explored in this special double issue of the IBM Systems Journal. TheMedia Lab has long been recognized as a leader in probing beyond the boundaries of the current and conventional understanding of systems technologies and their interactions with people, and for articulating its findings and innovative results across a wide span of media. This is the second time the Journal has presented the work of the lab, the first being four years ago in Volume 35, Numbers 3&4, 1996. Much has happened at the lab since 1996, and much is new since then.
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