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How technology almost lost the war in Iraq

Afghanistan, Iraq, and Lebanon were the first conflicts planned, launched, and executed with networked technologies and a networked ideology. They were supposed to be the wars of the future. And the future lost.

In Iraq, the critical networks are social--not electronic.

Read the full story at Wired Magazine.