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Month: January 2000 (Page 1 of 2)

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.”… Read the rest

John Dodge discovers B-to-B marketplaces,

John Dodge discovers B-to-B marketplaces, then goes on to write up three very interesting profiles — a fish marketplace, a steel trading community, and an electronic parts marketplace. At the end, he writes “What’s clear is that the B2B revolution will be driven, for the most part, by the distribution layer and not by the end points in the value chain — customers and the companies that originate the product.”… Read the rest

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.… Read the rest

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