McNamara, Paul
August 2000
Network World;08/07/2000, Vol. 17 Issue 32, p70
Trade Publication
Comments on developments relating to the United States Internet industry as of August 7, 2000. Launch of the Web site of the company Model E, which aims to be the driving force behind a technological revolution in the automobile industry; Indications that spam, or unsolicited electronic mail, is reaching a greater annoyance level.


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