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Tired of Chads? A Handful of Companies Are Rolling Out Internet Voting Technology

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A highly specialized subset of the Internet industry wants to put those infamous dimpled chads far behind you and out of the election process.

The Myth of the New Economy

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In the current regrouping phase of the Internet economy, a successful relationship between service companies and their clients will take the form of "three I's": interaction, impact and intimacy.

Is There Life After Failure?

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The sinking e-services market is a career classroom, where you can flunk a few tests but still make the grade.

Fast Facts Section B: January 8, 2001

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EToys is pulling the plug on its European operations as part of a strategy to stay in business.

Netstradamus

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'Tis the season for prognostication, so here are my predictions for the true first year of the millennium.

Beam Me Outta Priceline, Scotty

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"I told you this dot-bomb was going to be big, really big."

Cutthroats Now Comrades

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Outsider teaches being good e-market neighbors.

Micron ASP Push: Last Chance?

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PC maker Micron Electronics Inc. will transform its HostPro Inc. subsidiary into a full-fledged ASP later this year, a move that experts say may be a last-ditch effort to save the company.

China Gets WTO Head Start

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Country turns to Western vendors to satisfy growing need for wireless and broadband services.

Service Builds All-Flash Sites

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Tell me you have a service to build hosted template-based Web sites. Yawn.

Job Agencies Will Hire HR-XML

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Protocol promises a lingua franca for resumes.

E-Tailers Hit Goals

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Success linked to better service, delivery methods.

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