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Big Power in a Small Package

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As west coast utilities struggle to keep up with fast-growing demand for electricity, a Milpitas, Calif., start-up claims that a transceiver chip technology breakthrough may cut the power needed to run high-speed network equipment by two-thirds.

WhISPers: January 15, 2001

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The Ear hears that longtime hosting chief Mitch Ferro has left WorldCom to pursue other goals, following his predecessor Paul Hoffman out the door.

Bad News!

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Online publishers report cuts

Cyberspying

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Can it be only eight years since Howard Rheingold's The Virtual Community described the Internet as a place where people could develop and support virtual communities of shared interests and concerns?

DotCom Freedom

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It was the wee hours of the morning when Mitch Maddox made his first appearance in public since 1999.

WebMD Checkup

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There's nothing like some hard times to make a company re-evaluate the company it keeps.

Remedies For Silicon Valleys Malaise

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It's gotten so gloomy around silicon valley that even I, usually full of mirth, am starting to get depressed.

Is There Life After Failure?

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The sinking e-services market is a career classroom, where you can flunk a few tests but still make the grade.

Fast Facts Section B: January 8, 2001

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EToys is pulling the plug on its European operations as part of a strategy to stay in business.

Heres What Your Allies Want

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Frustrated partners seek changes in vendor incentive programs.

PeopleSoft Partners: Patience Finally Pays

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What a difference a year, a new leader and a new flagship product can make.

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