Some interesting stuff, as usual, in v50i9:
- Viewpoint: Why you can't cite Wikipedia in my class by Neil L. Waters. Interesting and mostly valid points about Wikipedia. Yet somehow still clueless. Oddly, Waters is a historian not a computing person.
- Online first: Evolving the ACM journal distribution program by Ronald F. Boisvert, Mary Jane Irwin, Holly Rushmeier. Important article on how ACM is going to an article-based publishing model and moving away from issue-based.
The issue also includes a special section on Beyond silicon: new computing Paradigms including articles on carbon nanotubes, quantum computers, optical computers, something called Amoeba-based neurocomputing and other strange stuff.