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WVXU Does Web Radio Right

0 Comments · Thursday, November 30, 2000
Over the past three decades, cable television has freed the nation's viewers from the limited, often stale offerings of the three-network oligopoly. Pioneering companies and individuals are simila  

Internet Radio Makes Computers Sing

0 Comments · Thursday, October 26, 2000
Rip the cords out of the wall and throw away your radios. You might want to keep the one by the bed that wakes you up each morning, but your computer can easily replace the rest. Equipped with an in  

Online Students Don't Stand in Line

0 Comments · Thursday, September 28, 2000
Last month's Digital Wire examined the upgrade of the technology infrastructure at the University of Dayton. This initiative, known as the Learning Village, starts with the concept that universities  

Campuses Working on Getting Wired

0 Comments · Thursday, August 24, 2000
The role of computers in education is quickly expanding. Computers have permeated the administrative offices, laboratories and classrooms of grade schools, high schools and universities, preparing s  

Web Sales a Hole in One for Local Golf Shop

0 Comments · Thursday, July 27, 2000
In 1987, Walter Maerki opened Discount Golf, a shop that manufactures custom-fitted golf clubs and sells them for prices well below those of comparable brand name clubs. This Mariemont store attrac  

Internet Voting Is an Idea Whose Time Has Come

0 Comments · Thursday, May 25, 2000
Just as it's changed the way we shop, research, invest and communicate, the Internet could revolutionize this country's electoral process. Internet voting could attract fresh voices to the polls, pe  

No-Hands Computers Not That Far Away

0 Comments · Thursday, April 27, 2000
Typing and dragging a mouse are the most inefficient aspects of computing. Our minds race along at lightening-quick speed, creating, innovating, using the knowledge and insight we have gained throug  

The Future of Wearable Computers Is Closer

0 Comments · Thursday, March 23, 2000
The Sony VAIO, an ultralight notebook PC weighing just over three pounds, boasts a 400MHz processor, 128MB of RAM and a 8.1GB hard drive. The Hewlett-Packard Jornada, a handheld computer, weighs les