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"Lycos: The Chick That Didn't Fly The Coop" (Cover Story, Oct. 25)


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"Lycos: The chick that didn't fly the coop" (Cover Story, Oct. 25)

"Lycos: The chick that didn't fly the coop" (Cover Story, Oct. 25) incorrectly stated the number of online users who visit the Lycos Web portal. The correct figure is 29 million a month.Return to top

"Cybersquatters in the high-rent district" (e.biz, Sept. 27)

"Cybersquatters in the high-rent district" (e.biz, Sept. 27) listed people who had sold their Internet addresses. By some definitions, cybersquatters refer to people who register trademarks as Internet addresses with the intent of reselling the addresses to the trademark holders. Not all the people listed in the table fit that definition.Return to top

"Red-Faced in Redmond" (Up Front, Nov. 1)

"Red-Faced in Redmond," (Up Front, Nov. 1), said that Microsoft's annual report was created on a Macintosh computer. The online version of the annual report was written using Word and Excel on a Windows-based PC. It was subsequently revised using both Windows-based PCs and Macs.Return to top


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