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Re: Blind Online Shoppers Deserve Attention 2  dan_39   2001-12-27 02:12:11 
Re: Car Dealers Look For an Online Jump Start 3  Garland Coulson   2001-12-26 14:45:48 
Re: AOL Offers Flat-Rate Net Access in UK 2  Linda Green   2001-12-26 05:03:41 
Re: 7-Eleven Steps Further Into Online Banking 2  john   2001-12-25 07:42:51 
Re: U.S. Settles Web Pyramid Scheme Case Against Bigsmart.com 2  Viviana Muhammad   2001-12-24 17:16:40 
Re: SpamCop Stops Spam, While Lawmakers Fall Short 3  Kate Wilson   2001-12-24 03:33:37 
Re: Yahoo! Wires NYC Taxis 2  GANI   2001-12-23 16:12:08 
Re: Priceline and AOL: Ready for Takeoff 2  Nat   2001-12-23 03:15:36 
Re: Online Gambling Is Here To Stay 8  Hason Neumun   2001-12-22 01:56:27 
Re: The Half-Life of High-Tech PR 2  Jeff Geibel   2001-12-21 09:29:09 
Re: European Airlines Join Forces in Mega-Travel Web Site 2  Tim Etheridge   2001-12-21 05:01:49 
Re: One Year Ago: E-Book Industry Set To Explode 2  Anton   2001-12-21 02:56:33 
Re: Fourth-and-Goal for E-Commerce 2  Keith Goldsmith   2001-12-20 19:28:42 
Re: Study: Interactive TV Won't Find Success on the Web 2  blankster   2001-12-20 15:21:07 
Re: E-Signatures: Unsigned, Unsealed, Undelivered 8  Rene Salazar   2001-12-19 10:00:52 
Re: The New Theory of E-Commerce Relativity 3  Mark A F Hayes   2001-12-18 16:20:13 
Re: Sprint Introduces Prepaid Internet Cards 3  Spam Man   2001-12-18 15:05:05 
e-commerce 2  JohnB   2001-12-17 19:13:26 
Re: Market Research: A Gold Mine for the Web? 5  Luca   2001-12-17 12:19:35 
Re: Study: Poor Customer Service Costing E-tailers Dearly 3  steve berde   2001-12-16 02:46:39 

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They won't change the world, but they have many practical, beneficial applications.
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