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Altova Introduces New UML 2.0 Modeling Tool
Getting consumers online, but what about information?
True understanding needs more vision, writes Paola Di Maio
The advent of iSCSI has rejuvenated hope for the all-IP and Ethernet network, writes Robert Nolan
Who needs another CMS website?
Where do we go from here? Begin of year rant, by PAOLA DI MAIO
Since I started writing about content management systems, a few people have enriched my professional life.
One of them, among others, has been pouring knowledge and wisdom into my mailbox with generous, enlightened posts, and at least three answers for each one of my difficult questions.
I wish all of my co-workers, colleagues, and teachers could be so lucid and knowledgeable.
Analysts look ahead at a promising sector
So, who's got the problem? by PDM
Preferences (P3P) Becomes a Recommendation
Where there are people, there are plagues. Where there is a plague, there is hope for a cure. When there is no cure, just blast it, by Paola Di Maio
True internet startup stories are possible
Online artistic explorations. Go on, let go and experiment
Macrovision For Dreamworks
A diagnostic test for ovarian cancer, using new biotech tools, was 100 per cent accurate 18 February 2002
Large publishers take clear interest in pay per usage, writes Arthur Graaff
Media files must be accessible from all sorts of devices, according to analyst, 6 December 2001
New Aggregation Service Fyuze Explained By Its Developer, Justin Klubnik, 12 November 2001
70% of enterprises will use IM by 2003, says analyst 11 October 2001
A new gene discovery means the fight against breast cancer can be even more finely targeted 1 October 2001
What is the likely cost of the 11th September US attacks? A few facts help get the idea, 26 September 2001
As a new content publication launches, content-wire talks to the editor, 30 May 2001, 1 pm GMT
Geographical maps are a rather trivial form of online content, but simple information can be crucial, especially delivered on the go 23 April 2001, 12 pm GMT
Artists hallucinations (sometimes) are works of art. But suffering is essential to the creative process, experiences Sergei Teterin 13 April 2001, 5 pm GMT
Privacy is an amorphous concept, say analysts. A combination of policy and technology could solve some of the complexity 28 March 2001, 2 pm GMT
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