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“A job search, is a job search, is a job search...

by Erin Jansen, author of NetLingo, The Internet Dictionary Having lived in places like New York & Paris, L.A. & London, Munich & San Francisco,...

Predictions and Predilections in 2004

by Jay Boynton 3.29.2004 Making industry predictions is a risky venture, especially when dealing with technology in the Northwest. But every year the WSA gathers round...

Washington Deemed ‘Ground Zero’ for Tech Worker Legislation

by D. David Beckman 2.25.2004 Even as a handful of anti-offshore outsourcing measures have failed to gain momentum in the Washington state legislature, lawmakers in Olympia...

Online Advertising Year in Review 2003

by Dave Chase 1.02.2004 It wouldn’t be a new year without handing out some unofficial awards for 2003. "You can observe a lot by watching." Yogi Berra The...

Xbox Live One Year Later: Online Gaming Surges in Popularity

11.17.2003 From Sioux Falls to Seoul, Xbox Live gamers are celebrating the one-year anniversary of the fastest growing unified broadband gaming service ever. A vibrant...

Uncertain Futures: The Real Impact of the High-Tech Boom and Bust...

9.8.2003 While the public is well informed on the recent boom and bust of Seattle’s high-tech industry, an important part of the picture has faded...

Getty Redesigns Website, Resizes Images, Rebrands Photodisc and Reconnects Sellers with...

3.20.2003 Getty Images has completed a major new release of its Web site in order to give customers greater freedom, selection of imagery and...

Seeing the Forest for the Trees

10.14.2002 by Seattle City Councilmember, Heidi Wills Whether it was their great love of trees or the chance to see Dave Matthews perform a free concert,...

Seattle Talent in Abundance?!

4.22.2002 George Gilder talks about technologies in terms of abundances and scarcities. At the public policy conference held mid-April by Seattle's Discovery Institute and themed "Re-igniting...

Meanwhile, Back at the Ranch

By Larry Sivitz, Seattle24x7 11.05.2001 If you missed the TechViews 2001 October Investors' Forum, you missed an evening of uncommon common sense with Rob Ryan,...