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Trouble in Electric Ladyland

Oxygen.com

Dreamweaver 3.0

The best just got better

Free High Speed Access Arrives

What to Expect

Wanna e-trade?

No thanks

Picking a hosting provider isn't as simple as it should be.

The Red Flag

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Software we'd Like to See:

From the people who brought you Autonuke: software to warm your heart. Introducing Bidnessbot

My Web Site is Ugly and I Want to Go home

Don't just sit there. Fix it

Taking your Business online?

Look before you link

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The Motley Fool

Cool fool

Feedback

You're thinking something. Tell us what it is.

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Ditherati
Because digerati say the cutest things.

Slashdot.org
News for Geeks. Stuff that matters.

Cybertimes
All the News that's fit to digitize

The Industry Standard
Groks the Web

Wired News
If you're going to San Francisco, be sure to bring a web designer..

The Drudge Report
Hear no evil, See no evil, speak no evil...

The Electronic Frontier Foundation

Fighting for your right to privacy online.


 

 

 

cyberculture

Much has changed since the early days on the Net when cyberculture was defined largely by bulletin boards and personal home pages. Nearly anything you could want (and plenty you never imagined existed) is online. Now the only challenge is finding what you're looking for....and keeping up.

related topics ~ digital music, entertainment, newsworthy, the industry, startups

AllAdvantage.com

Just as mainstream businesses are taking to the net in record numbers, so are business with ...er less conventional business models.

Distributed networking groups, telemarketers and other promoters saw the money to be made on the web and acted quickly.

The result?

The web site that launched a thousand (annoying) e-mails

Buythejets.com

The idea that harnessing the buying power of large groups could transform the economy is hardly new.

But the idea that it's actually happening certainly is.

The National Football League wasn't exactly thrilled to hear that a group of Jets fans had put up a web site and organized a seizable bid for the team

JesseVentura.org

Politicians are wising up to the value of the net as a campaign tool. The 2000 campaign is the first election to see both Democratic and Republican candidates playing up to internet audiences.

Still wondering how Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura wound up in office? It might be a good idea to take a look at his web site

WinWhatWhere

It's easy to tune out the uproar about privacy on the web. After all, similar complaints have been around for years. The health care industry, the government and insurance companies have all been accused of prying into Americans private lives over the past twenty years.

The difference this time?

Internet companies have the technology to do anything they want

The Anonymizer

Some Internet industry experts think net companies can be expected to police themselves when it comes to their customers rights online.

Should we trust them?

BrainReserve

Forecasting the future is a popular pastime at Internet companies these days. Almost everybody claims to be able to see into the future, whether it's predicting a boom market for internet based postage (us postal service) or a drought for Internet start-ups (the Gantner group).

Faith Popcorn got a head start, writing several influential books on the future of marketing in the United States. In retrospect some of her predictions seem...er.. well..you'll see.

StudentU.com

The effect of the Net on education in the United States has already been extraordinary. The way schools and universities present information to students has been redefined.

Coming next?

Services which help students do better in school outside of the traditional education system

 

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Bootcamp for Start-ups
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The Shopping Cart

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