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Magazine articles on the state and evolution of the internet.
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PC Magazine
July 31, 2003
Marge Brown
AOL 9.0 -- Optimized A significant upgrade for both AOL and AOL for Broadband ISP users offers creative, balanced features. mark for My Articles 843 similar articles
PC Magazine
September 16, 2003
Neil J. Rubenking
Printing Wide Web Pages Many Web pages are too wide to print on 8.5-by-11 (or A4) paper, resulting in the right sides of pages being cut off. An easy solution is to install a free PDF utility such as PDF995, which adds a simulated printer to your system. Then print the PDF from Acrobat using the Shrink to Fit option. mark for My Articles 496 similar articles
PC Magazine
September 16, 2003
Neil J. Rubenking
Put Google in IE's Search Bar There's a quicker way if you want to make Google your default. mark for My Articles 1254 similar articles
Technology Research News
August 27, 2003
Kimberly Patch
Email updates six degrees theory The venerable six-degrees-of-separation theory has been the key concept of many studies of networks like the Internet. An email-based update of the original experiment shows that one conclusion is off the mark. It turns out that the most well-connected people are not always the best contacts. mark for My Articles 6 similar articles
Information Today
August 4, 2003
Sheri R. Lanza
AOL Pledges $2 Million to Mozilla Foundation America Online announced its pledge of $2 million to the Mozilla Foundation, a new, independent, nonprofit organization that will continue to promote the development of the Mozilla Web browser. This announcement created quite a stir within the Internet community and heralded a change in the browser landscape. mark for My Articles 673 similar articles
PC Magazine
July 29, 2003
Bits & Bytes Hewlett-Packard, Intel, Princeton University, UC Berkeley, the University of Washington, and nearly 60 other organizations have launched a global Internet laboratory called PlanetLab. mark for My Articles 2 similar articles
PC Magazine
July 1, 2003
Leon Erlanger
Ready for IPv6, Part 2 The new Internet Protocol (IP) standard promises to make connections more ubiquitous, efficient, and secure. But how will we implement it? mark for My Articles 121 similar articles
August 4, 2003
Catherine Yang
AOL: Scrambling to Halt the Exodus Its 9.0 software is a step up, but content is key to its survival mark for My Articles 991 similar articles
August 2003
Philip Michaels
Mac OS X Internet Clients MSN or AOL? Both offer mail filters, parental controls in bid for subscribers mark for My Articles 771 similar articles
PC World
August 2003
Anne Kandra
You May Be Using the Wrong Browser Sick of pop-ups and patches for IE? Try a different window on the Web. mark for My Articles 644 similar articles
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