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October 21, 1997 
Who really moves the market? Fortune 

Are stock analysts too powerful? the Motley Fool 

The new stars of finance. BusinessWeek 

ZD Anchordesk on Microsoft vs. DOJ. 

The World's most admired companies. Fortune 

Cool Site of the Year awards page.

October 19, 1997 
"The customer is always wrong" and "You just can't get good help these days" in Salon

"How do I learn from my customers?" - Fast Company. More on customer service in Fast Company's Customer Service Issue.

October 16, 1997 
Is anyone having problems viewing this site? I tried testing it on my Mac (with IE 3 and Nav 4) but can't seem to get the site to load. It could be because it's a slow 8 meg '030 and network problems. The current design looks best at 800x600 or greater (it's the length, not the width). Let me know of any problems. 

What's next, requests for Cable subscriber lists? Lawyer Subpoenas Data from Newspaper's Website - CyberTimes 

It sucks to be Gil: Upside questions Gil Amelio's reputation as a turnaround artist. 

Can Ad agencies give technology a soul? Salon on Branding for Dummies

 October 15, 1997 
Why you should move to Ottawa. Red Herring 

The interface is an art form? The Atlantic 
 
Should your next job be high-tech? Business Week 

 October 13, 1997 
Every site needs an access point, an article that makes the reader want to come back and find more. That's one of the things I'm trying to do with this site, find pointers to good articles in eZines. 
 
The Fray is one of those sites that I should like but could never find an article that I wanted to read, until I found this story about Derek's not-so dream job at HotWired. I guess I'm a year late in discovering the Fray. Now if I could just figure out how to read Word. 
 
More Apple bombshells at MacOS Rumors, and an explanation at AppleRecon
October 7, 1997 
Today is DaveNet's Three Year Anniversary. To celebrate Sun is suing Microsoft over Java incompatibility in Internet Explorer 4.  See DaveNet for more details. 

Pamela Anderson Lee, of unauthorized x-rated video fame, on Internet Privacy: Yahoo! Internet Life. 

Twelve rules of the New Economy: Wired 5.09. 
 
"If we were paid by the quote... I suspect I'd be the richest man in cyberspace." - Adam Schoenfeld, a VP at Jupiter Communications. Wired 5.09. 
 

 
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    I hope to have Dean'sZine 6 ready by July 1st. Coincidentally HotWired 4 comes out on the same day. 

    Despite Wired's death watch, Slate celebrated its one year anniversary on June 24th by releasing a Best (?) of Slate Collection. Has anyone else noticed that Microsoft's ASP pages load really, really slow. 

    With the defeat of the CDA, the call is on for sites to rate themselves. The Netly News examines why the RSACi rating system is unworkable for most news sites.

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"Hey, it's May and it's still freakin' cold where I live. I wish it would warm up. I have no money and I publish this web site on my Quadra in the middle of the street. I have a long extension cord and I siphon power from parking stalls. So tell your friends to visit this magazine so I can have some validation about my life." - Gregory J. Paulhus 
He is the Lizard King. Read about the cool side of Western Canadian culture. Or find out everthing there is to know about Lizards and/or Meadow Lake. Asocial Studies fans should check out greg's hair magazine. A cool Made With Mac magazine. 

ps. Greg Paulhus was a writer for The Sheaf, the student newspaper at the University of Saskatchewan.

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