April 2000Jim Gilliam's blog archives, 1999-2007

04.30.2000: Human Genome Project,
04.30.2000: Alan Herrell: Like Judas Iscariot,
04.29.2000: Salon: MP3.com rolled the dice
04.28.2000: Business Week: Value America began
04.27.2000: USA Today: Computers and the
04.27.2000: NY Times: Imagine a computer
04.27.2000: Youth rules
04.26.2000: Forbes: With just 10,000 citizens
04.25.2000: Barry Schuler, President of AOL
04.24.2000: JOHO: Geeks are so In
04.22.2000: Salon: What's interesting in particular
04.21.2000: RollingStone.com: Macy Gray has just
04.21.2000: Scare off the Venture Capitalists
04.20.2000: Idealab IPO
04.20.2000: Salon on Finland, the open-source
04.20.2000: Salon: Chad Paulson posted an
04.20.2000: Industry Standard: Metabrowsing gives people
04.18.2000: Wired: George Colony, CEO of
04.18.2000: ZDNet: The Java Super Bowl
04.18.2000: NY Times: After weeks of
04.17.2000: iPlanet engineer: "One e-commerce team
04.16.2000: Getting Creative
04.15.2000: Wired: Last October, Michael Fenne,
04.15.2000: Suck: Mozilla is an unmitigated
04.15.2000: Salon: Forrester Research projects that
04.14.2000: Industry Standard: The newest growth
04.14.2000: News.com: Microsoft said its engineers
04.14.2000: News.com: As tech stocks continue
04.13.2000: Wired: Silicon Valley conjures up
04.11.2000: Business Week: At the animation
04.11.2000: NY Times: The e-commerce and
04.10.2000: Bill Joy quoting Woody Allen:
04.10.2000: CNET: The Wall Street Journal
04.10.2000: Web Economy Bullshit Generator
04.09.2000: Thrilling Boredom in the Sims
04.05.2000: Frank Ingari, CEO of Wheelhouse:
04.05.2000: Wired News: Sun Microsystems' co-founder
04.04.2000: Newsweek - Meet Generation Net:
04.04.2000: Marijo Bos of eCompanies: "The
04.03.2000: Reuters: Sega of America, anticipating
04.03.2000: Reuters: Doctors say they have
04.02.2000: Lighthouse: Now we're in the

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