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Subject:E-mmerce From:"goldd -at- netspace -dot- net -dot- au" <goldd -at- NETSPACE -dot- NET -dot- AU> Date:Fri, 20 Nov 1998 00:25:39 +1100
The summary is short, but sweet. As Ed Gregory kindly pointed out while
there is some reference to the phrase 'Emmerce' it is far more common that
the phrase 'E-commerce' is used.
The only two sites identified were <http://www.webmonkey.com> and
<http://www.linkexchange.com/>. For these thanks are owed to Lauren Gotleib.
Neither of these sites are by any means definitive - nor do they claim to
be. However, they do represent very good starting points. Excellent
resources can be found on both - such as java script tutorials on
www.webmonkey.com. What the responses offered lacked for in volume were more
than amply made up for by their quality.
That's all folks...
All the best
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