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Is It Time To Kiss Off Trade Shows?

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I've just spent three weeks speaking at as many trade shows. I did my act at a small DTR Business Systems reseller show in Vegas; a middling Seybold show in Boston, with 1,500 guests; and the 70,000-attendee Spring Comdex in Chicago.

Dawn of the Living Dead Applications

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It's amazing how fast a new application can be orphaned by a struggling company. Due to the onslaught of new servers and operating systems, legacy applications now have the shortest life spans I've witnessed in the last 20 years.

Austin: InfiniBand HQ?

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Bragging and Texas go together like enchiladas and hot sauce.

Fast Facts Section B: April 23, 2001

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Orbitz, the travel exchange proposed by most major airlines, is gathering velocity.

P2P Product Finds Its Groove

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When Groove Networks released its software and announced three large customers earlier this month, it kicked off business for one of the most watched companies in the unproven peer-to-peer software market.

Prophet In The Valley

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Dan'l Lewin isn't a typical Microsoft evangelist. His words and actions may silence some of the company's loudest critics.

Geekspeak: April 23, 2001

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Magnia's Ok for Small Offices but Not for Branch Offices

Equal Access

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Peer-To-Peer seeks B2B niche

Translation Please

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Think globally, act locally

Call Me Desperate

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Marketing Mistakes Dept.

Net Gear Makers Slash Work Forces

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Lucent, Cisco, Nortel cutbacks raise concerns among customers about pricing, support issues.

What Is Microsoft .Net?

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According to platforms group VP Jim Allchin, Microsoft .Net will involve these five components

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