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Dell Delivers On Its Promises
So why the disappointment? Once again, Dell reports solid quarterly results that were met with cries of "not good enough." Those who look for the barn-burning days of old may have to wait for next year, according to one Fool who explains why 2000 may be Dell's big year.
When a CEO Sells
News that usually unsettles investors has Level 3 shareholders crowing about James Crowe's revolutionary open letter pre-announcing his intention to reduce his LVLT holdings. Could Crowe's handling of this touchy subject be a Foolish blueprint for other insiders to follow?
Speed Bumps in the Access Race
When it comes to broadband Internet access, both cable and DSL users may experience rush hour traffic jams. Fools in the @Home folder are skeptical of some published speed tests, so they're conducting one of their own.
Streaming Media Jitters
Are record companies trying to kill MP3 in order to eliminate piracy, or do they just want to control all music distribution? The RealNetworks board examines whether the company's freedom to execute its business plan will be impeded by the music industry's tactics.
Getting Wired on More Than Coffee
Rumors are percolating in the Starbucks folder that it may invest in Internet connectivity for its stores. Would a transformation to Internet cafes grind away the social ambience so prized by SBUX fans?
Why Internet Stocks Are Not Overpriced
On the Rule Breakers board, Fool FnuLnu gives a humorous spin on pricing and economists and offers some tongue-in-cheek Principles of Economics. Heck, this is Fooldom, who says we have to be serious all the time?
Upstream, Downstream. What's Your Ping?
As investors await AOL's impending announcement about broadband alliances, one Fool shares his discovery about how interactive gaming on the 'Net isn't necessarily better on a cable modem.
End-to-End Solutions -- How Important?