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4/9/99
Welcome! You've Got... Mickey?
A Disney investor shares his thoughts on a news article suggesting that AOL may be interested in Disney. With AOL worth more than 3x that of the Mouse, would this acquisition be a fairy tale, or just plain Goofy?

4/9/99
My Credit Cards Are Killing Me!
A Fool with huge credit card debt seeks advice on how to handle it and whether now is the time to invest in a new home. Many offer their views and suggestions on how they would handle the situation.

4/9/99
Musing Ma Bell
Investors attempt to predict what AT&T would need to capture the market. Are continued investments in fiber optics and cable the way to go, or is wireless the wave of the future?

4/9/99
Attention Wal-Mart Shoppers
Fools discuss the new Wal-Mart Dot Com site and wonder if it will eat into store sales or richly enhance the company. Voice your thoughts on how this may impact the retail giant.

4/9/99
Can Linux Give Microsoft a Run for Its Money?
With several companies offering the Linux OS, will this affect Microsoft's bottom line or be nothing more than a blip? Join in and share your thoughts on whether there's room for choice in operating systems.

4/9/99
Bidding on eBay
Higher and Higher! With a market cap of over $20 billion, investors ponder whether eBay is grossly overvalued or worth whatever investors are willing to pay.

4/9/99
Are Online Brokers Prepared For Y2K?
An investor Foolishly switches from a full-service broker to an online account, and ponders whether Y2K glitches should be of concern. Is there anything to fear but fear itself?

4/9/99
Analyzing Dell
Investors pick apart Dell's analyst meeting and debate what needs to happen going forward. Can Michael Dell continue to reign supreme?

4/9/99
An Open Letter to AMD