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One Year Ago: Internet Not Just for Kids Anymore


Originally published on April 4, 2000 and brought to you today as a time capsule.

Contrary to the widely accepted notion that older Americans are separated from the Interne...

One Year Ago: AOL Embarrassed By Free MP3 Music Software

America Online's acquisition of Time Warner -- and its newly-announced strategy to generate e-commerce revenues with Warner Music -- has scuttled plans by a small AOL subsidiary to introduce a software product designed to distribute MP3-encoded music on the Internet for free.

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Report: Internet Not Just for Kids Anymore

Contrary to the widely accepted notion that older Americans are separated from the Internet and e-commerce by an insurmountable "digital divide," a survey released Wednesday by Media Metrix (Nasdaq: MMXI) shows that Americans born before 1964 are the fastest-growing population on the Web.

Study: Online Ad Sales To Pass TV Ads by 2005

According to a study released Monday by New York-based media research and consulting firm The Myers Group LLC, U.S. advertisers will spend more on advertising online than they will on network broadcast television by 2005.

Home Construction Giants Open Online Store

Five of the largest homebuilders in the United States have joined together to provide new home listings nationwide and sell home-related after-market products over the Internet.

CompUSA Attempts E-Commerce Comeback

Struggling computer retailer CompUSA, Inc. is attempting to stage a comeback by scrapping efforts to build an online brand and trying to leverage its well-known retail brand name on the Web.

Internet Tax Commission Moves to Break Impasse

The Advisory Commission on Electronic Commerce (ACEC) begins its fourth and final session in Dallas, Texas today, with no sign of an agreement on how, or whether, to tax e-commerce.

AOL Embarrassed By Free MP3 Music Software

America Online's acquisition of Time Warner -- and its newly-announced strategy to generate e-commerce revenues with Warner Music -- has scuttled plans by a small AOL subsidiary to introduce a software product designed to distribute MP3-encoded music on the Internet for free.

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