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May 24, 1995 | KAREN KAPLAN
Computer junkies have long argued that cyberspace is a place . Come September, it will have its own magazine to prove it. Virtual City will serve residents of the on-line computer world the way Los Angeles magazine and New York magazine serve citizens of those communities, Publisher Jonathan Sacks said Tuesday. "Like any service magazine, it's about things to do and places to go," said Lewis D'Vorkin, a former Newsweek business editor and Virtual City's editor in chief.
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May 24, 1995 | KAREN KAPLAN
Computer junkies have long argued that cyberspace is a place . Come September, it will have its own magazine to prove it. Virtual City will serve residents of the on-line computer world the way Los Angeles magazine and New York magazine serve citizens of those communities, Publisher Jonathan Sacks said Tuesday. "Like any service magazine, it's about things to do and places to go," said Lewis D'Vorkin, a former Newsweek business editor and Virtual City's editor in chief.
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December 30, 1996 | MICHELLE V. RAFTER
1996 was a year of remarkable growth and equally remarkable hype in the Internet business, but the inevitable shakeout had already begun. Look for many more casualties in 1997 even as the industry continues to boom. R.I.P. Internet projects or companies that died in 1996 * WOW family online service. CompuServe ditched the user-friendly online network after signing up only 102,000 customers in eight months. America's No.
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