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October 14, 1996 | JULIE PITTA
Is Wired coming unglued? Three weeks after the refiling of its documents for an initial public offering of stock, chaos continues to reign at the oh-so-trendy Wired Ventures, the San Francisco-based parent company of that hot journal for the cyberspace set, Wired magazine. At the center of the maelstrom, as always, is Wired's 47-year-old co-founder and keeper of the zeitgeist, Louis Rossetto.
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February 29, 1996 | STEVE G. STEINBERG, Steve G. Steinberg (steve@wired.com) is an editor at Wired magazine
The backlash against the Web has finally arrived. Just ask John C. Dvorak, the popular computer columnist whose vitriolic diatribe titled "Web, Schmeb" appears in this month's PC/Computing. "The World Wide Web is inefficient and overhyped," he practically shouts. "Ninety-five percent of the pages served up on the Web are useless garbage." Unfortunately, he's right.
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November 7, 1998 | PAUL BROWNFIELD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Back in 1995, when he created a brief sensation with "The Spot," Scott Zakarin thought he had stumbled onto the future: a soap opera that would begin life on the Internet, building the kind of audience that would eventually make the show a multimedia phenomenon--a hit on both television and the World Wide Web.
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October 28, 1996 | AMY HARMON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
For the very young men of Silicon Valley who got very rich very quickly during the last year and a half, one day stands distinct from the blur of midnight coding, anxiety dreams and fast-food to go. On the day their respective start-ups first sold shares to the public, or agreed to be acquired--on the day they cashed in, albeit mostly on paper--the newest generation of high-tech entrepreneurs took a few hours off.
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