Jun 14 2010   3:39PM GMT

CIO weekly wrap-up: Catching up on New York Times technology coverage

Rachel Lebeaux Rachel Lebeaux Profile: Rachel Lebeaux

I was in New York this past weekend, so I caught up on a lot of The New York Times technology coverage. The two that stood out the most were a piece on how being hooked on gadgets can literally start rewiring your brain, and an in-depth piece on how journalism is changing in the Internet age.

Once you’ve plowed through these New York Times technology pieces (that is, if your technology-addled brain can handle the length!), come back here and read the most recent stories from

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