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Content Landscape Expanding

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Management vendors bolster offerings to handle a wider range of files

MPAA/RIAA

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A big pfftht! And a special raspberry alarm clock award to Jack Valenti and Hilary Rosen, presidents of the Motion Picture Association of America and the Recording Industry Association of America, respectively.

Share That Content With Your Neighbor

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You click. You wait. And still, maddeningly, the Victoria's Secret fashion show refuses to play

Coming to a Boil

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Cahners In-Stat expects the CRM midmarket to total $490 million by the end of this year, with rapid growth starting in 2002.

Microsoft Nets Site Content

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Repackaged Content Management Server competes well in midtier market

Netscape Grads Start P2P Content Delivery Network

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Mike Homer, a man not short on ambition, may believe his new company has crafted the next biggest Internet application since the Web browser.

P2P Goes to Work

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Peer to peer will have its place in business but faces major obstacles

Workflow Made Easy

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Egrail Inc. said it has simplified the processes for monitoring and completing Web site content creation tasks.

Helping Sites Stay Fresh

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Web sites are struggling to find ways to move their content around and keep it up-to-date.

Content Bridge Creaks Under Weight of Dot-Com Busts

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Content Bridge, the first operating content peering exchange, has a problem: Its only two resellers are going under, and customers and partners are hesitant to join.

Microsoft Yanks Smart Tags From XP

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Web content creators and site operators, upset over a controversial feature in Microsoft's upcoming Windows XP operating system, won a temporary reprieve last week when Microsoft said it would pull the Smart Tag feature - at least for this year.

Small Change

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Cashing in on wireless web micropayments

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