PC Week columnist John Taschek

PC Week columnist John Taschek says the AOL – Time Warner merger means the end of the Internet as we know it. He writes: “AOL has the capacity to paralyze this highway system by adding traffic without enhancing the infrastructure necessary to support it.” ZDNet: PC Week: AOL’s buyout of Time Warner spells the death […]

PC Week columnist John Taschek

This is kinda cool —

This is kinda cool — soon you’ll be able to buy tickets online, and print them out from your own printer. A bar code scanner at the venue will verify that your ticket is the real thing. Ticketmaster Lets You Print Your Own

This is kinda cool —

Web retailers are going to

Web retailers are going to hate this one: A new site, Nosaleisfinal.com, lets consumers post information about online purchases they just made — so competing retailers can jump in with better offers while there’s still time for the consumer to cancel the original purchase. New E-Commerce Site Raises Bar on Competitiveness –January 14, 2000

Web retailers are going to

Media Metrix touts numbers that

Media Metrix touts numbers that show dot-coms performed better than bricks-and-mortar companies in this year’s online holiday shopping spree — only two of the top 10 Internet retailers (Barnes & Noble and Toys R Us) come from physical-world roots. The rest of the Net’s top 10 are Internet pure-plays. Holiday numbers are in

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