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Location: Mailing Lists / Archive General Hot Articles / 2002-04-03

In this week's issue:  Developing your business strategy and
persona, the preservation of deafness, the poshest suites in
Vegas, and a low-impact riot in Maryland.
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Businesses are working toward buying software more
rationally, reports Optimize.
CIO has an article on how to craft business strategies that
will stand the test of time.
Inc looks at the current market for small business owners
trying to sell their companies.  It's not pretty.
A PC World author tries out a few new "wearable computers."
Salon focuses on the latest misguided congressional bill
aimed at protecting intellectual property on digital

Do you know anyone with a website?
They can earn money while promoting
Metropolis looks at how Las Vegas hotels design their
high-roller suites, which must be opulent enough to make the
big bettors want to stay awhile.
Education Week reports on a poorly-handled case of
plagiarism in a Kansas high school that has drawn wide
---Finance & Investing---
A Kiplinger's article features firsthand accounts of
Americans' financial highs and lows, from rebuilding a
business after 9/11 to retiring in paradise.
Kiplinger's points out some problems with using a mutual
fund's "style" as the main factor in choosing an investment.

Does curing deafness really mean cultural genocide?  Many in
the deaf community deride attempts to find a cure.  A Reason
article investigates.
A Computer User article goes over the basics of the Platform
for Privacy Preferences Project (P3P), which hopes to make
it easier for consumers to decide whether to trust a website
with their personal information.
Free wireless broadband?  Depending on where you live, it
may be possible, according to a Red Herring article.
Create your own affiliate program to promote your website:

---U.S. Politics & Society---
An Advocate article looks at the new wave of openly gay
conservatives in American politics.
A New Republic correspondent reports from the strangely
controlled riots at the University of Maryland that followed
the school's victory in the NCAA basketball championship.