LOST COMPANY FOUND

Creative’s new Sound Blaster will wirelessly transmit iTunes, MP3s, and online radio stations through speakers up to 100 feet away.

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POWERLINE PLAYTIME

Belkin has a new kit for using your home or business’ electrical wiring to view the Internet in any room. It’s called the “Gigabit Powerline HD Starter Kit” and it sells for $150 from Belkin.com.

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TWITTER-SQUATTING

Remember cyber-squatters? These were people who years ago registered domain names like CocaCola.com, or Sony.com, and sat on them, hoping that those companies would have to buy the names back from them.

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SOLAR NETWORKS

These days it’s common to find restaurants, libraries and schools with wireless connections to the Internet. But if you want to cover a wide area, like a business district, park or resort, you need signal repeaters.

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ALL A-TWITTER

“Twitter” is a free program and service that lets you send updates to anyone and everyone about what you’re doing and what’s happening.

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HOLDING ONTO A GREAT IDEA

Inspiration is fleeting. Brahms once raced wildly across a field to get home and write the notes of a new theme before it fled his mind completely.

Should a similar problem arise for you, you can use your phone as a note-taking device by dialing phone numbers for either of two free services. Maybe hum a few bars. The two services, ReQall.com and Jott.com let your record your thoughts, even a simple to-do list, which can then be emailed, text messaged or read back when you call again.

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GOT THAT OLD MOLI WORKING

Moli.com is a free business networking site created by the founders of Etrade, the online discount stockbroker. It went live this past January and already has 237,000 members.

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INTERNUTS

Ideatango.com for inventors and MutualArt.com for art lovers.

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RIGHT FOR WRITERS

Facebook.com started out as a kind of college yearbook on the Web but has gone way beyond that. It has morphed into a Web site with games, art, music and news.

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IS THIS FOR REAL?

A few days ago, one of our contacts at LinkedIn.com sent us an invitation to join NotchUp.com, a job hunt Web site where you get paid to go on interviews. Joy thinks it sounds good; Bob is a cynical reporter and remains skeptical.

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