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Trouble in Electric Ladyland

Dreamweaver 3.0

The best just got better

Free High Speed Access Arrives

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Wanna e-trade?

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

The Red Flag


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


The Motley Fool

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


Because digerati say the cutest things.
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The Electronic Frontier Foundation

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Publishing used to be such a frustrating business. First you had to come up with the backing to start your little rag . Then you had to turn up some slackers to write for you, editors to edit, copy persons to answer phones and brew coffee and finally somebody to run the whole mess down to the printer. Between all that hard work and convincing local merchants to advertise in your dandy little publication there wasn't much time left in the day.

As you presumably already know by now, having lived through the dawning of the age of the Internet, anybody (even a half-dead slug with nothing to his name but an I-Mac and a six pack of Pabst Blue Ribbon) can publish. Not only can they publish - they can advertise, and sell things, and join affiliate programs and bombard the world with their bombastic e-mail and clever little press releases.

I-syndicate is a dynamic content delivery service designed to fill the need for fresh content in a constantly changing world where webmasters and content developers are expected to do the jobs of twelve to fifteen people. (The exact numbers depend on the mood and the whims of the particular person they work for). The system is simple. Just sign up with Isyndicate and paste the site's code into your pages and viola!

Fresh content is delivered to your users and updated on a regular basis. The site's roster of content providers is impressive, ranging from Reuters and AP news all the way through to Wired News, with stops in sports, health and numerous other topics along the way.

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