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Web site receives nomination

...secret pre-Oscar Awards ceremony. It's the Webby Awards, dubbed "The Oscars of the Internet." Sponsored by The Web magazine, the ceremony honors the best Web sites of the year in 19 categories. And when the time comes to announce the winner...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1998/03/06/met_223619.shtml
Metro
Celebrities taking big hits on Web sites

...according to James Cury, senior associate editor for The Web magazine. Page titles are often prefaced with "I hate...silly. But some examples are gratuitously violent," The Web magazine's Cury says of Jessica's page. "This is taking...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1997/10/26/tec_216617.shtml
XXX Technology
Web `prank' so funny we forgot to laugh

...Net. But the joke's on me. In the April issue of The WEB magazine, and on her own Web site, Nolin, one of those talented...thing was a joke. "It is an April Fools' joke that The WEB magazine coordinated with Gena for our pranks issue," James...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1997/04/02/tec_206248.shtml
XXX Technology
A paperless world? Not!

SAN FRANCISCO - Folks on the Wide World Web are apt to disdain the print world, deriding it as painfully slow and old-fashioned. The reign of the dead tree is over, they chortle via e-mail. The printed page will fade away, we are assured, and all information-sharing will be instantaneous and two-way. Case in point: HotWired, among the sharpest of all cutting-edge Web sites, which is the offspring of San Francisco-based Wired Ventures Inc., publisher of the online world's influential Wired magazine.

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1997/02/02/biz_203459.shtml
XXX Bizarre
HGTV still growing

...never saw 'Desperate Housewives.' Why, when I can watch 'Divine Design.'" Kim Garretson, an editor for the Web magazine LivingHome.com, says HGTV is also a favorite in the homebuilding and remodeling trade. "This might seem surprising...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2004/11/29/tel_435835.shtml
Television
A paperless world? Not!

...already out of the gate include Nicholas Negroponte of MIT's famed media lab (Knopf), Steven Johnson, editor of the Web magazine Feed (HarperEdge), HotWired columnist Jon Katz (HardWired) and "Cyber-pundit" David Shenk (HarperEdge...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1997/02/03/biz_203507.shtml
XXX Bizarre
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