The New York Times
Magazine, Circuits, Arts, Science, Real Estate articles by Chris Dixon
SCIENCE DESK | May 17, 2005, Tuesday
Eagles of Santa Catalina May Lose Support System
By CHRIS DIXON (NYT) 673 words
|REAL ESTATE DESK | August 1, 2004, Sunday |
NATIONAL PERSPECTIVES; Environmentalists Can Call This Home
By CHRIS DIXON (NYT) 1061 words
SCIENCE DESK | June 15, 2004, Tuesday
|SCIENCE DESK | January 20, 2004, Tuesday |
Using the Right Bait to Catch a Comet
By CHRIS DIXON (NYT) 878 words
|SCIENCE DESK |April 22, 2003 |
Recipe for Car Power: Heat Vegetable Oil, Flip Switch and Go. By CHRIS DIXON
"I wouldn't do this to a $30,000 car unless I was confident that it would work."
|SCIENCE DESK | March 18, 2003 |
SCIENCE: Outdoor Cats Blamed in Otter Deaths By CHRIS DIXON
Science: An infectious disease is killing California sea otters
|CIRCUITS |January 09, 2003 |
(lead feature): Gentlemen, Start Hacking Your Engines By CHRIS DIXON
Advances in technology have spawned a market for hot-rod add-ons and software.
THE NEW YORK TIMES MAGAZINE | November 10, 2002
ARTS DESK | July 28, 2002
Catching A Cultural Wave.
|CIRCUITS |June 13, 2002 |
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Site for Real Surfers Catches a Wave.
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