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Crunching Numbers

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The headline on the news release blared the good news: "Broadband Access Soars Nearly 150 Percent At Home, According to Nielsen//NetRatings."

Tivoli Systems Name the Last to Go?

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When reports began to roll in about the Seattle earthquake last week, the Kitty couldn't help but wonder whether the seismic vibrations were God's way of trying to help the Feds break up Microsoft

Novells Old Guard

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Many executives who served former Novell chairman and CEO Ray Noorda have long since left the company.

Project Managers Next Step

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Firms find keys to keeping experienced managers.

The Wizard Moved Out

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Novell's former chief scientist has a new home. Can he build another Emerald City?

Up & Down

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Internet connectivity and performance via satellite will wow you and your customers ... when it works.

We Want Your Cycles

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Free ISP Juno Online Services wants its users to contribute their idle clock cycles to a distributed "supercomputer," which the struggling service would rent to research organizations and corporations that need massive computation power.

Online Advertising: Bigger Is Better

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Internet advertising bureau gives thumbs up for larger banner ad sizes in new industry guidelines

Look Whos Talking: February 26, 2001

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I promise not to start this column with gloomy economic news or another dot-com horror story.

Not for Spinsters

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The management of rich media is so important that IBM and Arthur Andersen both have built global practices to develop processes and structures to deliver it.

Better by Half

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Used stuff sells well online

Fast Facts Section B: February 26, 2001

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Oil and gas giant Chevron is closing its online oil marketplace after less than a year.

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