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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.


 

 

 

[ TEN WEB SITES YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT ]

From programs to help run your net startup to the open source movement ...ten web sites you can't live without.

[1]

Broadband Digital

Free high-speed Net access will arrive sometime this summer. A Newport Beach, California, company with strong ties to Net advertising interests, has already signed up 400,000 customers intrested in it's free DSL Internet access.

Is this the wave of the future?

Possibly.

But the service being planned will probably change the way you see the Net forever

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MP3.com

MP3.com CEO Michael Robertson may be one of the most controversial executives in the Internet industry, but his company may also be the future of digital music distribution on the Internet

[3]

WebHouse

The skeptics said American consumers would never go for the online grocery.

After all, with few exceptions, people like to be able to buy their groceries and have them the same day, a premise that looked an awful lot like a fatal obstacle for online grocers.

The solution was pretty obvious. Let people do their shopping online and pick up their groceries anytime they want at the local grocery store.

By forging agreements with major supermarket chains and brand name suppliers on the East coast to allow customers to name their price on groceries, Priceline hit on an idea which looks very much as if it will revolutionize the way we shop.

Consumer response in a trial run in New York, Connecticut and New Jersey has been over the top

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Streambox.com

A US District Court rules this Redmond based digital audio Portal may continue to distribute it's popular ripper software.

For now, at least, Surfers can capture almost anything broadcast over the Net

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Slashdot.org

with Linux and the open source movement gathering steam it looks as though the future of cyberspace may be gathering at this free-form web community

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The Digital Music Wars

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Bootcamp for Start-ups
Start up your start-up

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The Shopping Cart

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Save money the old-fashioned way. Pay less. Buy.com

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