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Lane Becker, CEO of Deepleap, posts the vision for the product and company. "We've built Deepleap as a platform for doing contextual relating between sites."

SJ Merc: Valley investors sure of a rebound. "Rather than sell their shares, many seemed to view Friday's drop as an opportunity to snap up some high-tech bargains."

MSNBC: Dot-coms in deep depression. "Just a few months back, if your company name ended in dot-com, it was a good thing and meant enormous wealth in many cases at least on paper. But at the end of this brutal week, many analysts think the Internet bubble is ready to burst: and by this time next year a huge number of those dot-coms will be dot-gone."

Survey: After yesterday's Dow Jones and NASDAQ bloodbath, in the lull before trading opens on Monday, people are wondering if this is just an inevitable correction, or did the Internet bubble just burst?

If the bubble didn't burst, how long do you think Amazon will be able to continue giving money away?

IdeaKeeper is a "browser for your brain".

Martin Spernau has the Weblogs.Com icons available as a JavaScript you can plug into any web page. He's doing it in PHP on Linux. The power of XML.

Jakob Nielsen: Search Engine Traffic to Useit.

     

Last update: Saturday, April 15, 2000 at 12:31 PM Eastern.

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