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Web Weekly
A digest of this week's eCompany web articles
Today
T H E  D E F O G G E R  
Piecework Revival
Digital scut work can be costly, mundane, and a drag on streamlined Net companies. Ktopia offers a network of pieceworkers to solve your problem. M O R E >
F U T U R E  B O Y  
Debunking the MP3 Phone
Sprint PCS's nifty new MP3 phone is just the latest attempt by the wireless carrier to use the Web to control its customers. M O R E >
M A G A Z I N E    P R E V I E W  
Can Napster Beat the Rap?
Napster's wise to make peace with Bertelsmann -- it may not survive a war. A preview from our next issue. M O R E >

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  • T A L E N T  M O N G E R  
    Does a Technology CEO Need to Be a Technologist?
    No. Well, at least not in every situation. Look for a top role that best suits your skills. Plus: Three tips for landing a top executive spot. M O R E >
    S I T E  U N S E E N  
    Stack Up the Candidates on Technology
    Issues2000.org lets you see where Bush and Gore stand on the tech issues. M O R E >

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  • S T R E E T  L I F E  
    So Much for the November Rally
    News of the day Wednesday? WorldCom blew up. Altera was a bad boy, too. M O R E >
    V E N T U R E  W I R E  
    iVendor.com Reportedly Has Shut Down
    Plus: BuildNet lays off workers... Sevin Rosen closes eighth fund... Listen.com to acquire Scour.com... M O R E >

    e C O M P A N Y  N O W   F A L L  C O N F E R E N C E
    Riffing with the Masters
    Sign up now to join Marc Andreessen, Andy Grove, Jerry Yang, David Pottruck, and Martha Stewart. Meet them in San Francisco, Nov. 15-16. Click here to read more.
    November 01 2000
    F U T U R E  B O Y  
    Debunking the MP3 Phone
    Sprint PCS's nifty new MP3 phone is just the latest attempt by the wireless carrier to use the Web to control its customers. M O R E >
    T A L E N T  M O N G E R  
    Does a Technology CEO Need to Be a Technologist?
    No. Well, at least not in every situation. Look for a top role that best suits your skills. Plus: Three tips for landing a top executive spot. M O R E >
    S I T E  U N S E E N  
    Download Your Competitor's Credit Rating
    BusinessCreditUSA.com lets you browse through your competition's financials with just one click. M O R E >
    V E N T U R E  W I R E  
    Bertelsmann, Napster Form Alliance
    Plus: Internet Appliance cuts 39 jobs... Home Director closes round... Lehman Brothers, Booz-Allen in joint venture... M O R E >
    S T R E E T  L I F E  
    So Much for the November Rally
    News of the day Wednesday? WorldCom blew up. Altera was a bad boy, too. M O R E >
    M A G A Z I N E    P R E V I E W
    Can Napster Beat the Rap?
    Napster's wise to make peace with Bertelsmann -- it may not survive a war. A preview from our next issue. M O R E >
    B R O W S E R    
    Horoscope: Bill Gates, Scorpio
    What do the stars have in line for the wealthiest man in the world? M O R E >
    October 31 2000
    T H E  L A W  
    New ICANN Domain Rules to Shield Trademark Holders
    When the Internet went commercial, big companies turned around to find their corporate identities held hostage online. Now ICANN is trying to turn the tables. M O R E >
    S I T E  U N S E E N  
    You Tawkin' to Me?
    "Car Talk" drives online with advice and diversions. M O R E >
    V E N T U R E  W I R E  
    New Trinity Ventures Fund
    Plus: Sun to invest in wireless firms... Bigwords.com closes down... Concrete lays off 15% of staff... M O R E >
    S T R E E T  L I F E  
    The Street Gets a Halloween Treat
    Stocks soared Tuesday as techs roared to life. Who'd have thought we'd be thanking the French for a stock-market rally? M O R E >
    October 30 2000
    S I T E  U N S E E N  
    Need Help Finding the Right Minivan?
    ConsumerSearch.com offers purchasing information for an array of products, from minivans to mutual funds. M O R E >
    S T R E E T  L I F E  
    Investors Cheer the Dow
    The fallout from last week's poor quarterly numbers continued Monday, leading to another one of those split-personality days on Wall Street. M O R E >
    V E N T U R E  W I R E  
    $125 Million Launch for e4e
    Plus: WeddingChannel CEO resigns... Petopia cuts staff by 60%... Xclerate will hire techies... M O R E >
    G R I Z Z L E D  Y O U N G  V E T E R A N
    Charity Case
    Yes, it's possible to make money and do something good for society in the process. But only if your VC allows it. M O R E >
    October 27 2000
    T H E  D E F O G G E R  
    Multimedia Takes Center Stage at Internet World
    Lured by the promise of broadband, multimedia makes an unwelcome comeback. M O R E >
    S I T E  U N S E E N  
    Critical Web Stats at Your Fingertips
    CyberAtlas is the place for Web traffic numbers, studies, and data to help you make decisions. M O R E >
    S T R E E T  L I F E  
    Financials Take Off
    Even as the Nasdaq failed to rise on strong earnings news from JDS Uniphase, financials and other more traditional sectors took off Friday. M O R E >
    V E N T U R E  W I R E  
    Altrio Raises $125 Million
    Plus: New European Strategic Partners fund... Modo service closes... Commerx co-founders resign... M O R E >
    F U T U R E  B O Y  
    The Nortel Plunge
    Is it time to buy or fly from Nortel? The company continues to get hammered on the Street, our columnist makes sense of the slide. M O R E >


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