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Coupures de Presse [ le 26 septembre 2000 ]

Articles à la "Une" : www.netsurf.ch

Consomania.com
Consomania
La Mine vient de lancer la nouvelle version de Consomania, son portail dédié à la consommation.


Troc Online
Des sites pour le troc
Le troc existe depuis des millénaires - les hommes des cavernes devaient déjà s’échanger entre eux leurs silex contre des défenses de mammouth - et ce mode de transaction prend depuis quelque temps une véritable ampleur sur le web. (WebdoMag)
WebSwap
BigVine
BarterTrust
Intellibarter
Swopworld.com
Trokers.net
Trocs et Puces


Press clippings [ September 26 2000 ]

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E-Mail
E-Mail Group proposes privacy plan
The Responsible Electronic Communications Alliance -- a new group of 15 companies that includes DoubleClick, 24/7 Media, Bigfoot Interactive and ClickAction Inc. -- proposed privacy standards Monday that it hopes will cut down on Internet spam. (SiliconValley.com)


Wireless News
Web Phones May Revive Online Ads
Customers with Net phones, especially DoCoMo's i-mode service, have a click-through rate three times higher than that of PCs. (The Industry Standard)

Cellphone driving bans gain force
Verizon, the largest U.S. cellular telephone provider, said it broke with the industry
Monday and agreed to support laws that would ban handheld cellphone use while
driving, a practice blamed for deadly accidents. (MSNBC)


E-Commerce
Luxury retailers move goods online
Are well-heeled Web surfers finally ready to buy pricey goods online? Several swank department stores and luxury brand companies believe they are. (USA Today)


The New New Economy
HELP WANTED ... JUST NOT THAT KIND OF HELP --- DAVENETICS
Dot-com companies are cutting jobs at a record rate, according to a survey released by Challenger, Gray & Christmas Inc. Nearly 5,000 dot-com employees got the ax in September, bringing the total jobs lost to 16,590 since December 1999. [...] But for some companies, layoffs signal that the end isn't far off. According to the Challenger report, 17 percent of the companies that cut staff in the past 10 months are now out of business. (Sacremento Bee / Davenetics www.davenetics.com)


The Olympics.com
Olympics Internet site attracts record number of hits
The official Olympic Games Internet site has already attracted 7.2 billion visitors, surpassing the original estimate of 6.5 billion with six days of competition still remaining. The explosion in hits has made the Sydney Games the most popular event ever on the Internet and coincides with lower than expected television viewing figures in the United States. (SiliconValley.com)


Domain Names
The 'Official' Celeb Site Racket
CelebSites.com wants to be the premier source for official celebrity websites, and owns hundreds of stars' domain names. But is CelebSites practicing a Hollywood form of cybersquatting? (Wired)


Interview
Brewster Kahle
Steven Johnson talks with the Alexa founder about what it means to compile the largest library the world has ever known, what the Web looks like today, and the future of digital content and commerce. (Feed Magazine)


OuterSpace
Web Sweepstakes Launching Winner into Space
Visitors to online sweepstakes site Sweepsclub.com have the chance to win a trip into space when they visit the site. And while the drawing for the big trip is on Oct. 1, the winner has plenty of time to pack -- the trip won't take place for at least three years. (Internet News)


Unusual
Win a Date with our CEO
SocialNet.com (a dating site) is offering a "win a Date with our CEO" contest, which gives the winner a chance to meet a successful Silicon Valley woman. (Internet News)

Socialnet.com
"Our CEO has been so busy running SocialNet that she hasn't been out much lately. This has the staff concerned, and her mother downright worried. So we've decided to have a contest to get Liz into circulation. If you'd like to date a successful Silicon Valley dot-com executive, toss your Profile into the ring!"


Divorce
Adviser is first to be divorced on the internet
A Financial consultant has become the first man in Britain to complete a divorce through the internet. Paul Wilmott, 40, was searching the web for a solicitor after the collapse of his marriage when he found www.divorce-online.co.uk, a web site offering a divorce service. He downloaded the necessary forms, returned them online with his credit card details, and six months later a court granted him a decree absolute. (The Electronic Telegraph)




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