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Operator No. 9: April 2, 2001

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What do Larry Ellison and out-of-work dot-commers have in common? Housing problems.

The CD That Should Have Been a Coaster

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It was a multimillion-dollar client/server implementation project, complete with high-priced consultants, new hardware, increased bandwidth and eventual deployment to 16,000 worldwide users

The Buzz: April 2, 2001

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A week after saying he was giving up the CEO job at Novell, Eric Schmidt signed on as chairman of the board at the popular search site Google.com

Plucky Plan

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El pollo loco hatches ASP strategy

A Walk on the Wide Side

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In developing its handheld operating systems, Microsoft has consistently chosen to err on the side of complexity in deciding which applications to include in its Pocket PC devices

Developer Duo Pumping Up Analytics

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Analytics software developers Informatica Corp. and Broadbase Software Inc. are looking to make their customers more efficient through new applications that perform even richer business analysis

Coding Over the Waterfalls

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I recently challenged the continuing relevance of the "waterfall" model of software development in a column for our eWeek Labs e-mail newsletter

Sell to Uncle Sam

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OK, so the Internet hasn't changed the world.

Net Radio: Still a Pandoras Box?

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Internet broadcaster Radio Free Virgin plans to announce today that its users can now click on a record button to save copies of songs onto their computers.

Kicker Gets the Boot

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Computer Associates regional VP Henry Crouse kicked in his office door to commemorate the loss of a $680,000 software sale.

Mobile Makers Not Immune to Hard Times

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Faced with slowing demand for products and a slowing economy, the major cell phone and handheld computer makers spent the end of last month cleaning house

SAS Moves to Strengthen CRM Suite

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The company?s acquisition of Intrinsic benefits both; merges research and development teams

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