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Amazon pushes for more content to the Kindle with the introduction of a book serial subscription service.
ASUS ships a crack tool, serials and confidential documents on recovery DVD.
Two years after the Internet became part of the everyday lexicon, the euphoria is wearing off and that's forcing Web content producers to make hard choices -- in some cases, earlier then they anticipated. The first couple of years of the Web's growth witnessed an explosion of content and produced everything from interactive serials such as The Spot to magazine formats such as Slate which imitated the printed page.
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