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��������������������������� In a June 3 MIT Tech Talk article about Tim Berners-Lee winning a MacArthur grant, the list of other past MIT recipients inadvertently omitted the name of Richard Stallman, a research affiliate at the Artificial Intelligence Laboratory.

��������������������������� In a caption for a photo of Boston Pops conductor Keith Lockhart in the June 10 issue, the developer of the "Conductor's Jacket" he wore during Tech Night at Pops was misidentified. The jacket was developed by Media Lab doctoral candidate Teresa Marrin. Jennifer Healey and several undergraduates developed the sensors that provided the feedback on Mr. Lockhart's gestures.

��������������������������� In a June 10 article headlined "Hundreds of students savor newly minted PhDs at ceremony," the degree year and current title of Lynda Jordan, an MIT PhD recipient in chemistry, were misidentified. She received her PhD in 1985 and is an associate professor of chemistry at North Carolina A&T State University.

A version of this article appeared in MIT Tech Talk on July 15, 1998.

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