Stories by Molly Furzer

Gates makes lawyer joke

Microsoft chairman and CEO Bill Gates attempts humour in his Comdex keynote address, taking aim at lawyers.

Webmonkey for Kids

HTML's not just for adults! Point your kids to Webmonkey for easy to understand tutorials and explanations on the wonders of Web authoring.

"Pagejacking" case found in Oz

An Australian company is under investigation by the FBI, US Federal Trade Commission and Australian Competition and Consumer Commission, following reports of "pagejacking" and "mousetrapping" Net users to porn sites.

The Hunger Site

With 24,000 people dying of hunger each day, a simple click of the mouse button doesn't seem like too much trouble to do your own bit in easing world hunger.

Kid-safe surfing

Are you worried about what your kids could see on the Internet? If so, it's probably best left to you to take measures to monitor their Net usage and encourage them to visit kid-safe Web sites like Zeeks.

Free Web site with a difference

Free Web site hosting is nothing new, but now and then, a new service pops up and offers something a little better. If you're in the market for a new Web site host, HomePage.com is worth a look.

Y2K forum highlights potential hotspots

A telecommunications industry spokeswoman has warned users not to behave abnormally when it comes to using the phone after midnight December 31, in fear of network congestion being mistaken as a Y2K problem.

CelebrityEmail.com

You won't find the e-mail addresses of any Neighbours stars listed on this site, but if you're a fan of any big name star (we're talking Hollywood), CelebrityEmail.com is the place to be.

vFax to include free voice mail

A free Australian virtual fax service that enables Net users to receive faxes by e-mail will ramp up next week when Sydney and Melbourne fax numbers are launched in conjunction with a free voice mail service.

Dingo Blue: new dog on the block

Dingo Blue, a new Internet access and telecommunications carrier launched into the Australian market today, aiming to offer "rock bottom rates" and a fresh new perspective on communications.

Harvey Norman offers $0 IBM PC

Sooner than anticipated, Harvey Norman has raised the bar in the PC/Net deal market with the announcement of a zero dollar IBM PC tied to a 30-month Internet access contract. The deal was revealed today as Myer/Grace Bros announced its first offering...

PC/Net deal mania

This weekend Harvey Norman will start offering $650 discounts on brand name PCs if customers enter into two-year Internet access contracts -- the latest deal in a rapidly changing market for home PCs. The retailer says it's only weeks before PC/Net d...

WebAttack.com

Forget the search engines when it comes to looking for Web-related shareware -- this is the place to be. WebAttack.com is a neatly organised shareware and freeware Web site with the lot.

travel.com.au makes strong ASX debut

travel.com.au became the second Internet company to list on the Australian Stock Exchange, making a strong debut today at more than double the price of its initial offering.

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