'Net buzz

McNamara, Paul
March 2000
Network World;03/13/2000, Vol. 17 Issue 11, p90
Trade Publication
Discusses Internet-related topics. Includes factors behind unsuccessful online purchases; Claim of Broadcast.com's founder Mark Cuban of being able to send 1,000 e-mails a day; Proliferation of Web sites selling underwear.


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