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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

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.

Content Landscape Expanding

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Management vendors bolster offerings to handle a wider range of files

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.

Small Change

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Cashing in on wireless web micropayments

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.

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