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Re: Bloomingdale's, Macy's Engage WeddingChannel.com 2  Robert Dougher   2001-10-04 23:02:30 
Re: Diversinet Becomes Ubiq-uitous 2  c chaney   2001-10-04 20:08:04 
Re: For Dot-Com Workers, Double Trouble Post-Bubble 5  Brian   2001-10-04 13:10:13 
Re: Venture Capital's Disappearing Act 2  James Foskett   2001-10-04 10:09:18 
Re: Job Site Monster.com Cuts Jobs 3  Phil McGroin   2001-10-04 09:49:29 
Re: E-Tailers Dangle 3D Imaging To Convert Surfers to Buyers 2  Martin   2001-10-04 06:58:21 
Re: Report: E-tail Needs To Be Ready for 'U-Commerce' 4  Marco Bziuk   2001-10-04 05:12:38 
Re: Stirring Up Unrest with Tech Layoffs 3  Jim Pivonka   2001-10-04 03:12:00 
Re: Union Activists Target Amazon Workers 2  dave   2001-10-04 00:39:56 
Re: E-tailers Seek Deliverance from Delivery Challenges 9  Andrew Hobday   2001-10-04 00:36:39 
Re: Techs Barely Blink as Interest Rate Cut to Lowest in 40 Years 2  Chuck0755   2001-10-02 19:57:59 
Re: E-Commerce Stock Watch: PCOrder.com Stock Soars on Debut 2  F***edCompany   2001-10-02 18:07:14 
Re: MusicNet Technology Ready for Preview 2  Andrea   2001-10-02 13:59:16 
Re: Web Banking Makes Friends, One at a Time 5  Tom   2001-10-02 12:21:48 
Re: AOL Emphasizes Online Shopper Protection 2  Alyssa   2001-10-02 09:45:38 
Re: Study: Internet Usage by Small Manufacturers Startling 3  Nick Heard   2001-10-02 09:30:35 
Re: eBay Charity Efforts Draw Cynicism, Complaints 25  Anne   2001-10-02 09:28:08 
Re: AuctionWatch Targets Bigger Players with New Products 2  Steve   2001-10-01 23:13:38 
Re: A Vote for Online Car Buying 4  amby   2001-10-01 17:50:19 
statistics 1  Bran100   2001-10-01 13:44:29 

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They are revolutionary tools for solving problems facing humanity.
They won't change the world, but they have many practical, beneficial applications.
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