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Reuters: Taco Bell dog inspires movie.
MacWEEK's Cameron Crotty has found a new love.
Bernie De Koven, an expert in meeting and outlining, but a Frontier newbie, posted an essay on outlining and Frontier, and Phil Suh, an expert on websites and scripting, puts it all in context and outlines a roadmap for giving Bernie what he wants. I love the web!
InternetWorld: Lawsuits challenge ad sales based on keywords.
Netscape 4.5 sends domains you visit back to a Netscape-owned server and they don't tell users they're doing it. We covered this in depth last October, and received assurances from Netscape that users would be informed of their choice in 4.5.1. Until the promises are fulfilled, the software they're shipping is dangerous and it should not be recommended to people who aren't fully aware of the privacy issues.
InternetWeek: Microsoft pulls MSIE beta from web.
Dan Gillmor: Microsoft's Best Hope. "It now seems inconceivable that Microsoft could come out of the trial with a victory."
NY Times: On the web, ad and editorial lines blur.
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