Association for Computing Machinery's Flagship Magazine Launches New Editorial Scope and Format; Changes Reflect Need to Inform Today's Dynamic Computing Community

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Other July articles include: a column by Pam Samuelson of UC Berkeley, MacArthur Fellow and legal scholar, and a veteran writer for CACM, on the likelihood of business methods and software algorithms becoming patentable; an interview with Donald Knuth, author of the seminal work The Art of Computing, conducted by Edward Feigenbaum, co-winner of ACM's 1994 A.M. Turing Award; and a piece by Alok Aggarwal, co-founder and chairman of Evalueserve, on the role of emerging countries in the globalization of Information Technology.