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Nick Lawler

Mending e-commerce with micropayments

It is prevailing wisdom that users will not pay for content on the Internet. Even if one Web site charges for information access, there is always another site that will provide the same information free of charge.

Napster forces users to pay the price

This is the first column in a biweekly series about current technology issues. Every other week, we will analyze the latest products, developments and happenings in the technology world. For a student seeking a new song or album, there has been one place to go: Napster.

Keeping the enthusiasm

IT DOESN'T get any better than first year. The enthusiasm. The new scenery. The new people. And best of all, no parents.

Shelving limited library hours

I'M A CLOSET Clemons geek. I'll admit it. I'm also a first-floor addict. In Clemons, there are a few different breeds, all of which are easily identifiable.

Reform Party diversifies election

THE EMERGENCE of a third political party shouldn't come as a surprise to anyone. Voters are tired of having a choice of only two candidates - especially when it is hard to find real differences between the two. With a robust economy and few pressing issues to divide public opinion, there's little forcing candidates to take stands.

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