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Will We Ever Want E-Books?

At first, the idea of digital books sounded so futuristic. Even so, we wrote it off as another passing innovation ...

Keeping E-Commerce Simple, Safe and Sane

Amid all the buzz surrounding Internet shopping this holiday season -- how to maximize profits, cut costs and at the same time attract new customers -- e-commerce companies are still working hard to meet the consumer demand for simplicity. ...

E-Tailing According to Smilin’ Jeff

Remarkably, it has been almost two months since the terrorist attacks on the United States, and e-tailers are already having to focus on holiday sales ...

As Privacy Quakes, Collateral Damage for E-Commerce?

Much of the buzz around office water coolers lately has to do with the government's new powers to follow our every move on the Internet. ...

What Does the Web Know About Women?

The Internet, once considered to be populated predominantly by men, is in reality an equal opportunity channel ...

Online Mortgage Lending: An Uphill Climb

For those who have tried to re-finance their homes in the past few weeks, the routine goes something like this: Hurry up and wait ...

Amazon, E-tailers Approach Holidays on Thin Ice

At this time of year, the main topic among e-commerce pundits and industry observers is which online companies will emerge victorious during the coming holiday season ...

When Internet Music Gets Tap on the Shoulder

Just days ago in this column I was celebrating the manner in which the Old Economy and the New Economy had found a common ground for online music. ...

E-Commerce: Weathering The Storm

In the first few weeks after the terrorist attacks on the United States, the dot-com world scratched its collective head, wondering if the economy would ever stabilize ...

Online Music Takes the Long Way Home

By now, observers of the various e-commerce markets can see which business models work online and which do not ...

Ground Zero for Electronic Fraud

When money is being exchanged, chances are that somebody sometime is going to cheat. Unfortunately, that's the case whether the money is being spent for products, services or philanthropic causes ...

Facing the Day of Decision on E-Taxes

In the midst of our national tragedy, some important due dates are likely to get lost in the shuffle. Such as October 21st, the day the current U.S. ban on new Internet taxes is scheduled to expire ...

E-Commerce Faces Life After September 11th

It has been said that as New York City goes, so goes the country. ...

Venture Capital’s Disappearing Act

No one in the dot-com world was pinning great hopes on venture capitalists before September 11th, and since our national tragedy, many believe such investors have all but disappeared ...

A Vote for Online Car Buying

Two years ago, I bought a new car using the Internet in lieu of dealing with a high pressure salesperson ...

A Dynamic Moment for E-tailing

When they write the definitive history book about the evolution of electronic commerce, 2001 may emerge as a pivotal year in the industry's growth ...

Online Travel: The Mountain Just Got Higher

As the days take us further from the horrific events of September 11th, it becomes clearer that the tech industries have lost some of their best and brightest. ...

Are E-tailers Too Dependent on Santa?

In a normal time, in a normal place, with summer nearly ending, e-tailers would be bracing themselves for the annual nail-biting and teeth-grinding weeks that precede the holiday gift-buying season ...

As U.S. Was Attacked, Citizens Turned To Technology

Just as every American will forever remember where he or she was on September 11, 2001, the day may also be remembered as the greatest test for technology and the Internet ...

Digital Music: Who Will Pay to Play?

A few years ago a popular song asked, "How do you keep the music playing?" Owners of music file-sharing services and recording companies are now asking the same question, with a twist ...

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