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Microsofts Driving Into a New Race

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Microsoft has long been expected to enter the content management space once occupied by some high-flying companies but now populated mostly by has-beens.

A Tale of Two User Groups, Young and Old

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With the upcoming death of Clippy, the happy, animated paper clip in Microsoft Office that helped a few and annoyed millions, usability issues are on my mind again.

SBC Speeds Web at Work

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It uses zero watts, it's the size of a pack of gum and it's the key piece of SBC Communications' strategy to bring broadband to 9,000 businesses by the end of next year - and to millions of homes in the future.

Kevin Burton

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Kevin Burton has a warning for developers everywhere: Open source programming can suck you in

Who are the Survivors in IT?

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Now that the second season of "Survivor" is over, what are the show's junkies to do?

Fast Facts Infrastructure: May 14, 2001

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Cisco Systems will sell more than 500 high-speed routers to China Telecom that will be used to build out the company's national Internet backbone.

Lessons From Luxury

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Struggling dot-coms can learn from sites selling to the rich.

Film Sites Spin Elaborate Webs

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The Blair Witch Project may not have been a masterpiece of cinematography, but its Web site's success at generating a tidal wave of excitement for the 1999 movie has become a Hollywood legend.

Shows No-Shows

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As the tech economy food chain gets further strained, many industry trade shows are scrambling to survive

Internet Wings Clipped

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Interest in the once-hot market for Internet access on airplanes is losing altitude.

EBay: Den of Thieves?

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Crooks looking to unload stolen goods are increasingly turning to eBay to find buyers and reap some quick cash

Speed of Flight

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Internet Protocol Looks for Its Wings.

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