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From the Trenches

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With more than 100,000 online students registered at the University of Wisconsin, most faculty and staff have become comfortable creating online content.

Stoking the Content Fire

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Breaking new ground in metro interconnection

Squeeze Play

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Content distribution pure plays pressured

Excite@Homes Discontentment

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Excite@Home, the pioneer in delivering high-speed access over cable television lines should today be a jewel among service providers.

Swimming Upstream

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Companies fight the tide with new strategies

Geekspeak: April 16, 2001

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Comdex Keynote Commemorates Death of the Fat-Client PC

Managing Content Trickles Down

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Solutions providers can find strong opportunities in content management.

Sex.com Revamps Image After Legal Ruling

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Sex.com, one of the oldest and most lucrative adult sites on the Internet, is under new management.

Hurst Lin

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Sina.com is one of the biggest Chinese-language portals on the Web, with 16 million registered users.

Even the Tech Cloud Has a Silver Lining

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The bad news was that attendance at Comdex in Chicago was mighty sparse. The good news was that very few techies seemed inclined to jump headfirst into Lake Michigan as all the tech news continued to pile up in bad-news waves.

Manage Content, Cure Headaches

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Newark Electronics in Chicago has 60 customers, each of which wants an individualized monthly electronic catalog of Newark products.

Get Ready for Next-Generation Intranet

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When it comes to intranets, business people want it all: An intranet nirvana where employees are linked from their desktops to every source of information they need to make decisions that will propel the company to unlimited business success.

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