When Stanford University wanted to invent a whole new way to electronically connect its campus, it didn't have to look very far, reports the San Mateo County Times: A bright, funny, and irrepressible group of 20-year-olds had some ideas. Lots of ideas, actually. Friends since boyhood, they'd been inventing things since before they were old enough to shave. Their creation--a free iPhone application called "iStanford" that ties in directly to the school's computer network, allowing students to view grades, drop or add classes, view sports scores, and do a variety of other administrative tasks--was named by Time Magazine as one...

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