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Fast Breaks Newsfront: January 15, 2001

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They're off on Capitol Hill, and one of the first Internet-related issues that legislators will wrestle with is unsolicited commercial e-mail.

Going the Distance

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Skirting the roadblock

The Revolution May Be Televised

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Interactive TV starts to sizzle

Find the Sweet Spots

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Steven Chester, CEO of Digital Planet, says e-learning and corporate communication will be among the leading opportunities for companies in the streaming-media space.

Smart Kiosks Play To Convenience, Personalization

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Many kiosks don't do much to attract customers, boost marketing or raise sales, but examples of successful kiosks are emerging, according to Francie Mendelsohn.

New Year Brings Tales of New Glitches

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Is it just my imagination, or is the small tally of reports on 'Y2K+1' bugs actually higher than what the dreaded Y2K bug produced?" pondered the Puss.

Staroffice To Get XML Spec

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Sun's draft format lets software suite users share data across applications.

A Slower Economy Is Just What We Need

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I really meant to winterize my Colorado home by Thanksgiving, but I was having too much fun writing about all the exciting tidings in our industry and winning several pool tournaments.

Dodging Icebergs

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Net markets looking for ways to survive

Fast Facts Infrastructure: January 15, 2001

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PetroNet, a company with ambitious plans for a 13,500-mile optical network, suspended operations last week after failing to secure a second round of financing.

ASPects: January 15, 2001

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Like many Internet businesses, ASPs got ahead of themselves in estimating their markets, says Agiliti Chief Executive Tom Kieffer.

Well-Connected: It Pays To Select A Messenger With Ties To The Political Power Base

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In Indiana, where good-ole-boy, bare-knuckled politics are the rule, Ameritech is hiring well-connected players to carry its message to state lawmakers.

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