More on the Dinky

Since Chip Crider’s March 24 Interchange column, we’ve heard quite a bit more about the battle over Princeton’s mass transit future. As you may know, the Dinky train, which...

Thoughtful Commentary

Two of our recent articles generated thoughtful comments posted online at www.princetoninfo.com and worth sharing with our print audience.Edward Lazarus’s 9/11 memoir, a first person account of the final...

More Pedestrian Awareness Needed

Richard K. Rein’s column of April 15 makes some well-chosen observations about driver and pedestrian responsibilities when it comes to crossing the street. And that should mean any street,...

The Holiday Work Schedule

How is your office going to handle the holiday work schedule this year? Each year we at U.S. 1 wrestle with the question: how to publish a paper for...

Between the Lines

As our product gets increasingly digitized and Balkanized, with everyone with a PC and a DSL line in the publishing business, we in the world of journalism are trying...

Between the Lines

If we are counting correctly this is the lucky 13th year we have devoted sizable editorial space and energy to the publication of U.S. 1’s Summer Fiction issue. This...

A Nuclear Alternative To Solar on Campus?

We had an oversight and an error in last week’s cover story on the revived and newly renovated Bucks County Playhouse. Our listing information at the end of the...

On the Darkest Day, Hope for Cancer Patients

As Diccon Hyatt points out in a story on page 4 of this issue, December 21 is the shortest “day” of the year. And the darkness persists into the...

To the Editor: Skateboarders Unite For Innovation, Energy

I was delighted to see Burt Navarrete pictured on a skateboard on the cover of the March 6 edition of U.S. 1 at his newly launched Tigerlabs entrepreneurship center....

Between the Lines

Every once in a while we get frantic calls from people who have found, through a Google search, their name or their company’s name on our webpage, www.princetoninfo.com. “The...

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Facial Recognition: In Fast-Growing Field, Glitches Persist

Patrick Grother discusses the “industrial revolution” recently in facial recognition algorithms to the point where some of them are extremely accurate.