Friday, May 27, 2005


Bargain Hunters Stalk the Bluefly
After interviewing a handful of experienced clothing shoppers, a reporter offers tips on buying clothes on bluefly.com.
By MICHELLE SLATALLA

As TV Moves to the Web, Marketers Follow
Television programmers are looking to make the Web a lot more like TV, and advertisers are showing a growing interest in the approach.
By NAT IVES

For the Coolest Ear D�cor, Buds You Can Barely See
Shure's new E4c Sound Isolating Earphones cost as much as a 20-gigabyte iPod that holds 5,000 songs. But they sound pretty amazing.
By ANDREW ZIPERN

Loud, Proud, Unabridged: It Is Too Reading!
The popularity of audio books is redefining the notion of reading, which for centuries has been centered on the written word.
By AMY HARMON

With Popcorn, DVD's and TiVo, Moviegoers Are Staying Home
Sliding box-office attendance may reflect a change in the way Americans look to be entertained - a change that will pose serious challenges to Hollywood.
By LAURA M. HOLSON

On-Demand Channels: A Niche Frontier
Free video-on-demand channels are expanding, seeking more viewers and asking advertisers to help pay the way.
By NAT IVES

University Presses Challenge Google
A trade group objects to Google's plans to digitize the collections of university libraries.
By EDWARD WYATT

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