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Well-Connected: It Pays To Select A Messenger With Ties To The Political Power Base

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In Indiana, where good-ole-boy, bare-knuckled politics are the rule, Ameritech is hiring well-connected players to carry its message to state lawmakers.

So Who Says Youre Right?

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The other day, i pulled up at the drive-through window of my bank to see them flipping the sign to "Closed." I checked my watch. It was still 2 minutes before the posted close of business.

Five Keys to E-Government

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Have you noticed that virtually every contender for public office wants to be Net-savvy?

A Slower Economy Is Just What We Need

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I really meant to winterize my Colorado home by Thanksgiving, but I was having too much fun writing about all the exciting tidings in our industry and winning several pool tournaments.

New Year Brings Tales of New Glitches

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Is it just my imagination, or is the small tally of reports on 'Y2K+1' bugs actually higher than what the dreaded Y2K bug produced?" pondered the Puss.

Smart Kiosks Play To Convenience, Personalization

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Many kiosks don't do much to attract customers, boost marketing or raise sales, but examples of successful kiosks are emerging, according to Francie Mendelsohn.

Staroffice To Get XML Spec

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Sun's draft format lets software suite users share data across applications.

Youre Under My Remote Control

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Numerous companies now offer various subscription management services.

Get a Handle on E-Mail

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Hosted messaging can lighten the load for your customers. Here's how.

Programming, Service Drive Cable Rates Up

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When millions of cable television subscribers begin writing bigger checks for their basic service this year, at least they'll have someone to complain to.

Little Fish, Big Pond

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Tiny cable openings expand rapidly for ISPs

CRM Isnt Just for the Big Guys

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New entrants recruit partners to target a fast-growing market.

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