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Learning From Shareware

I don't remember the program, or the programmer, but I remember the interview. ...

Searching for a Law(yer)

Want to be in the search business? First find a good lawyer. ...

A Common Cause?

Those of us in the Internet industries are accustomed to finding common cause in times of controversy. On issues of liberty or taxation your interests and those of your Internet Service Provider (ISP) are usually the same interest ...

Speeding The Net With Explorer 5.0

Your server logs are sprouting some new entries. ...

Answer This Note

People ask me all the time, what's the one thing I can do now to grow my Internet business? ...

Will AOL Kill Netscape?

America Online does not have a good record when buying Web software companies. (Remember Navisoft?) So now that its acquisition of Netscape Communications Inc. is complete, there may be reason for those of us in e-commerce to be nervous ...

10,000 – Not Just A Number

After seeming to drop in, then lipping-out like a 3-foot putt on a Saturday's golf at Nassau, the Dow Jones Industrial Average powered through the 10,000 level March 19 like it wasn't even there. What does the new record mean for electronic commerce? ...

Your Internet Candidate

Your success has politicians salivating. Politicians sniff out contributors the way French hunting dogs sniff out truffles. ...

Let’s Talk About Taxes

No one likes paying taxes. But no one likes bumpy roads or getting mugged either. ...

The Myth Of Number One

In putting $750 million into Go2Net this week, Paul Allen has stuck a fork in one of the hoariest Internet myths, namely that in this market you're either number one or nowhere ...

Get Ready For Internet Sales Taxes

A spokesman for Rep. Billy Tauzin told the E-Commerce Times that the Louisiana Republican was serious last week when he warned Web merchants that states and localities will win the right to impose sales taxes on their transactions ...

Yahoo! Enhances E-Commerce Platform

Search leader Yahoo! enhanced its own e-commerce efforts by delivering transaction capabilities to its small merchants and signing CyberShop as a new anchor tenant in its growing mall ...

The Battle For MP3

If you're involved in music, or any technology that must be streamed, the present battle over the MP3 format deserves a close look ...

Smaller Booksellers Unite Against Online Giants

The American Booksellers Association (ABA) announced today that it will build an e-commerce portal for small independent bookstores, that will be located at Booksense.com ...

In-Store Video Promos Go Online

Video Pipeline Inc., of Haddonfield, New Jersey, a long-time provider of in-store video promotions, is now offering the service to Internet based storefronts ...

Big Internet, Little Internet

The Coca-Cola Co. announced recently it had bought, and will re-develop, a vast stretch of land opposite my kids' small private school in downtown Atlanta. On the next block an Embassy Suites Hotel is going up, and across from there, Turner Broadcasting is renovating its giant CNN Center. In this environment the school goes unnoticed but I believe it will survive (even thrive) because it's small, flexible, and it teaches kids well...

Microsoft As Victim

Microsoft wants the government's help in breaking a vicious monopoly, and the case could set a powerful precedent for electronic commerce ...

Time To Move On?

On March 8, Intel announced it has reached a settlement on anti-trust charges brought by the Federal Trade Commission. Before the terms were even public, reports surfaced that Microsoft is discussing a settlement of its problems with the U.S. Department of Justice ...

What Diller Knows (And Doesn’t Know)

Barry Diller was the headline maker at last week's Jupiter Consumer Online conference in New York. ...

Music Men Of The Web

"When the man dances, certainly boys what else. The piper pays him." So concludes the musical introduction to Prof. Harold Hill, "The Music Man" of the 1958 Meredith Wilson musical, a role made famous by the late great Robert Preston ...

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