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The Readers' Guide to Periodical Literature

Readers' Guide

The Readers' Guide to Periodical Literature gives a list of English language articles that have been recently published in magazines of general interest. It is published monthly with a bound cumulative index every year. The main body of the guide consists of subject and author entries.

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ABBREVIATIONS

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Jr

Junior

Ag

August

jt auth

joint author

ann

annual

Ltd

Limited

Ap

April

m

monthly

Assn

Association

Mr

March

Ant

Autumn

My

May

Ave

Avenue

N

November

bi-m

bimonthly

no

number

bi-w

biweekly

O

October

bibl

bibliography

p

page

bibl f

bibliographical footnotes

por

portrait

bldg

building

pt

part

Co

Company

q

quarterly

cont

continued

rev

revised

Corp

Corporation

S

September

D

December

semi-m

semimonthly

Dept

Department

Spr

Spring

ed

edited, edition, editor

Sr

Senior

F

February

St

Street

f

footnotes

Summ

Summer

il

illustration, -s

supp

supplement

Inc

Incorporated

tr

translated, translation, translator

introd

introduction, introductory

v

volume

Ja

January

w

weekly

Je

June

Wint

Winter

Jl

July

yr

year

Look at the following extract from June 2000.


READERS' GUIDE TO PERIODICAL LITERATURE

INTERNET

See also

Adventure racing - Internet resources

Aerospace industry - Internet use

Aged - Internet use

Agriculture - Internet resources

Airlines - Internet access service

Airlines - Passenger service - Internet resources

Architects - Internet use

Astronomy - Internet resources

Automobile loans - Internet resources

Calendars - Internet resources

Cancer - Internet resources

Chat rooms (Internet)

Climatic changes - Internet resources

Consumer complaints - Internet resources

Consumer protection - Internet resources

Electronic books - Internet resources

Electronic commerce

Entertaining - Internet resources

Facility management - Internet resources

Fashion - Internet resources

Genealogy - Internet resources

Golf - Internet resources

Home-based business - Internet use

Initial public offerings (Securities) - Internet resources

Interior decorators - Internet use

Kitchens - Remodeling - Internet resources

Medical colleges - Internet resources

Medicine - Internet resources

Millennium celebrations (Year 2000) - Internet resources

Minorities - Internet use

Minority business enterprises - Internet use

Motion pictures - Internet resources

Mutual funds - Internet resources

News - Internet resources

Oceanography - Internet resources

Personal finance - Internet resources

Photography - Internet resources

Photography, Journalistic - Internet resources

Political activists - Internet use

Press critics and criticism - Internet resources

Prices - Internet resources

Scientific research - Internet resources

Social action - Internet resources

Stringers (Journalists) - Internet resources

Television - Internet resources

Tennis - Internet resources

UFOs - Internet resources

Web sites

Women - Internet use

Youth - Internet use

10 dumb questions about computers. K. Komando. il Popular Mechanics v177 no3 p32-4 Mr 2000

It's an Internet world. C. O'Malley. il Popular Science v256 no3 p46-51 Mr 2000

The Web page. C. Y. Chen and G. Lindsay. graph il tab Fortune v141 no6 p224 - 6 Mr 20 2000

Why are there so many doors in the movies? M. Stephens. il Columbia Journalism Review v38 no6 p58-9 Mr/Ap 2000

Anonymous messages

See also

Freedom (Computer program)

Auctions

See Internet auctions

Audio transmission

See also

Sorenson Broadcaster (Computer program)

Audible is loud and clear. T. M. Rosenblum. il Publishers Weekly v247 no10 p38-9 Mr 6 2000

Backup storage services

Put your files in (free) storage? S. H. Wildstrom. il tab Business Week no3672 p22 Mr 13 2000

Business use

Technology as an element of change [address, February 15, 1999] R. Zinn. Vital Speeches of the Day v66 no11 p338-41 Mr 15 2000

Censorship

International foul [Feinstein-Hatch bill bans bomb making in - formation on the Internet but online booksellers continue to sell how-to manuals] J. Halpern. The New Republic v222 no 15 p14 Ap 10 2000

The perils of teeing off online [La Jolla Club Golfs S. Cade's apology for disparaging Callaway Golf on the Internet] R. Grover. por Business Week no3672 p44 Mr 13 2000

Connections

See also

Wireless Internet connections

Fiber optics to the home. J. Hecht. il Technology Review (Cambridge, Mass.: 1998) v103 no2 p48-50, 52, 54 Mr/Ap 2000

Economic aspects

Blinded by dot-com alchemy. L. V. Gerstner. il Business Week no3674 p40 Mr 27 2000

Virtually rich. M. Bowe. il Harper's Bazaar no3461 p162-4 Ap 2000

Educational use

See also

Employees - Training - Internet resources

Virtual universities

Higher ed. [students at Calvary Chapel Christian Academy in Santa Fe will use Internet to monitor progress of teacher K. Gattone's Mount Everest climb] P. A. Carlin. il por People Weekly v53 no13 p131-3 Ap 3 2000

Electronic mail

See Electronic mail systems

Fax transmission

The e-volution of fax. D. Costa. il Home Office Computing v18 no3 p34 Mr 2000

Free material

There are no free wheels. T. C. Fishman. por Esquire v133 no4 p58 - 62 Ap 2000

Games

See Internet games

Greeting cards

See Electronic greeting cards

Industrial purchasing use

See Business-to-business electronic commerce

International aspects

Language is a virus [foreign language usage on the Internet] W. M. Grossman. il PC Computing v13 no3 p62 Mr 2000

Laws and regulations

See also

Child Online Protection Act

Copyright - Internet

Cyber fraud crackdown. K. Blake. Consumers' Research Magazine v83 no3 p6 Mr 2000

Privacy shmivacy [inadvisabilily of enacting Internet privacy laws] D. Oliver. por Forbes v165 no9 p40 Ap 17 2000

Study and teaching

Grads with a cyberlaw background have a decided edge in the market. A. Saltzman. il U.S. News & World Report vl28 no14 p71-2 Ap 10 2000

Monitoring

Are you safe? Your boss is watching [special report on privacy] il tab PC Computing v13 no3 p86+ Mr 2000

Music

See Internet music

Programs

See Internet software

Psychological aspects

See also

Internet addiction

Security measures

See also

Denial of service attacks

Freedom (Computer program)

How parents can gain control online [Web permission slips] D. Hawkins. il U.S. News & World Report v128 no15 p58 Ap 17 2000

A new threat to your credit [online hackers] M. D. Wilcox. il Kiplinger's Personal Finance Magazine v54 no4 p34 Ap 2000

Stop hackers cold. C. Gair. il Home Office Computing v18 no3 p112 Mr 2000

Sexual aspects

See also

Child Online Protection Act

Internet pornography

Social aspects

Language is a virus [foreign language usage on the Internet] W. M. Grossman. il PC Computing v13 no3 p62 Mr 2000

Social use

See also

Online dating

Statistics

Cerf on the Web. H. Schlesinger. por Popular Science v256 no3 p52 - 3 Mr 2000

Technical support services

Hold the phone. D. Johnson. tab Home Office Computing v18 no3 p92 Mr 2000

Television broadcasting

See Internet television

Traffic

Bottleneckbusters. A. J. Kessler. il Forbes v165 no9 p438 Ap 17 2000

Unauthorized use

See also

Internet crimes

Voice communications

See Internet telephony

China

Same differences [cover story] R. Wright. The New Republic v222 no13 p21-5 Mr 27 2000

Developing countries

See also

Telecenters

Latin America

Technology as an element of change [address, February 15, 1999] R. Zinn. Vital Speeches of the Day v66 no11 p338-41 Mr 15 2000

Mali

See also

Timbuktu (Mali) - Internet

INTERNET ACCESS FROM AUTOMOBILES See Automobiles - in-vehicle computers

INTERNET ADDICTION

Drinking aftershave: a confession [Internet chess] C. Krauthammer. il Time v155 no11 p102 Mr 20 2000

INTERNET ADDRESSES

Hot seat: Sky Dayton [interview] C. Null. por PCComputing v13 no3 p44 Mr 2000

Netenclature: a new world of names before the dots. W. Safire. The New York Times Magazine p34-6 Ap 9 2000

What's in a domain name? [cybersquatter M. Hogarth] J. Barnes. il The New Yorker v76 no6 p29-30 Ap 3 2000

Registration

See also

Bulkregister.com (Firm)

NameSecure.Com (Firm)

Namezero.com (Firm)

Network Solutions, Inc.

Register.com (Firm)

INTERNET ADVERTISING

Attack of the killer ads. B. Palser. il American Journalism Review v22 no2 p64 Mr 2000

Your browser is selling you out [special report on privacy] il PC Computing v 13 no3 p90+ Mr 2000

Ethical aspects

Online profiling gets mixed marks in the classroom [ZapMe! offers free computers to schools willing to accept the accompanying ads] D. Hawkins. il U.S. News & World Report v128 no15 p56-8 Ap 17 2000

INTERNET AND PRIVACY

Are you safe? Your boss is watching [special report on privacy] il tab PC Computing v13 no3 p86+ Mr 2000

Big browser is watching you! il tab Consumer Reports v65 no5 p43-8 My 2000

Cyber spies [interview with J. L. Ziltrain] N. Day. il por People Weekly v53 no15 p117-19 Ap 17 2000

A growing threat [Business week/Harris poll] il tab Business Week no3673 p96 Mr 20 2000

How parents can gain control online [Web permission slips] D. Hawkins. il U.S. News & World Report v128 no15 p58 Ap 17 2000

Online privacy: it's time for rules in Wonderland [cover story] H. Green and others. graph il tab Business Week no3673 p82 - 8, 92, 94 Mr 20 2000

Online profiling gets mixed marks in the classroom [ZapMe! offers free computers to schools willing to accept the ac - companying ads] D. Hawkins. il US.News & World Report v128 no15 p56-8 Ap 17 2000

Privacy shmivacy [inadvisabilily of enacting Internet privacy laws] D. Oliver. pot Forbes v165 no9 p40 Ap 17 2000 Report looks at human subjects research on the Internet. T. Ayers. Science v287 no5453 p673 Ja 28 2000

We know where you live work shop bank play - and so does everyone else! [protecting your online privacy; special report cover story] E. Butt. il tab PCComputing v13 no3 p80-100 Mr 2000

We know who you are [online snoops can track your daily activities with a computer and credit card; special report on privacy] R. Strohmeyer. il PC Computing v13 no3 p84-5 Mr 2000

Your browser is selling you out [special report on privacy] il PC Computing v13 no3 p90+ Mr 2000

INTERNET ANIMATION

Programs

See also

Macromedia Flash (Computer program)

INTERNET APPLIANCES

The lighter side of PCs. W. Van Winkle. il Smart Computing v11 no4 p30-2 Ap 2000

Mobilizing the Internet. W. Grossman. il Scientific American v282 no3 p38 Mr 2000

INTERNET ART

Clicking on the canvas. A. Hamilton. il Time v155 no14 p129 Ap 10 2000

What's the Whilney's newest new thing? C. Kleiner. il U.S. News & World Report v128 no12 p52 Mr 27 2000

INTERNET AUCTIONS

See also

Business-to-business Internet auctions

EBay Inc.

FreeMarkets Inc.

Priceline.com Inc.

Bidding on bones [fossils for sale in online auctions] S. Simpson. il Scientific American v282 no3 p33-4 Mr 2000

Charlatan's web [fraud at online auctions of Hollywood memorabilia] R. Ito. il Los Angeles Magazine v45 no4 p22-3 Ap

Cyber fraud crackdown. K. Blake. Consumers' Research Magazine v83 no3 p6 Mr 2000

INTERNET BANKING See Online banking

INTERNET BILLING AND PAYMENT SYSTEMS

A new threat to you credit [online hackers] M. D. Wilcox. il Kiplinger's Personal Finance Magazine v54 no4 p34 Ap 2000

Settling debts online: a new tool for E-mailers. J. Perry. il U.S. News & World Report v128 no15 p60 Ap 17 2000

INTERNET COMMERCE See Electronic commerce

INTERNET COMPANIES

See also

Akamai Technologies Inc.

Barnesandnoble.com Inc.

Divine InterVentures Inc.

EBay Inc.

ECompanies, LLC

Netscape Communications Corporation Powerful Media (Firm)

Zeal Network (Firm)

The new E-style [apartments of Internet entrepreneurs; cover story] W. Goodman. il New York v34 [i.e. 33] no12 p39-65 Mr 27 2000

Rags to digits [Internet companies push out garmentmakers in NYC] S. Sansoni. il Forbes v165 no9 p412-13 Ap 17 2000

Accounting

The E-numbers game [SEC crackdown on aggressive accounting practices] A. Zagorin. graph por tab Time v155 no13 p66 Ap 3 2000

Earth to dot-com accountants [SEC crackdown on aggressive accounting practices] C. Yang. il tab Business Week no3675 p40-1 Ap 3 2000

A high-tech accounting? [accounting practices of Internet companies such as MicroStrategy] R. J. Samuelson. il Newsweek v135 no14 p37 Ap 3 2000

Live by momentum - [SEC crackdown on aggressive accounting practices] F. Vogelstein. graph U.S. News & World Report v128 no13 p38 Ap 3 2000

MicroPanic [accounting scandal at MicroStrategy] B. Condon and others. por Forbes v165 no9 p60-2 Ap 17 2000

Presto chango! Sales are huge!J. Kahn. il tab Fortune v141 no6 p90-2, 94, 96 Mr 20 2000

A tech highflier's day of reckoning [MicroStrategy's accounting practices] J. Lardner. por U.S. News & World Report v128 no14 p42-3 Ap 10 2000

Acquisitions and mergers

Get big or get out [alliances of big media players; cover story] A. C. Shepard. il tab American Journalism Review v22 no2 p22-9 Mr 2000

Employees

Recruiting

Anybody out there? [recruiting efforts at NerveWire] J. Gordon. graph por tab Forbes v165 no8 p92, 94, 96, 98 Ap 3

The dotcom brain drain [competition for print journalists from Internet companies] P. Fahri. il American Journalism Review v22 no2 p30-3 Mr 2000

Ethical aspects

New ethics - or no ethics? [dot - com ethics; cover story; special section] graph il tab Fortune v141 no6 p82-120 Mr 20 2000

Finance

The $20 million phone call [M. R. Rangaswami invests in Niku] C. Hawn. graph por Forbes v165 no8 p62 Ap 3 2000

Mad hatchery syndrome [Internet incubators] L. Kroll. il tab Forbes v165 no9 p132-40 Ap 17 2000

Silicon prairie dog [A. Filipowski's Divine InterVentures] S. Filch. por Forbes v165 no9 p140-2 Ap 17 2000

Securities

The day the world ended [NASDAQ drop] M. Krantz. il Time v155 no15 p42 Ap 17 2000

Designs on the Web [spin off of T - Online International and expansion of Deutsche Telekom as global Net force] J. Ewing and others. il Business Week no3672 p54 Mr 13 2000

Dirty little secret [stock performance of dot-com IPOs] W, Taylor and M. Jerome. il PC Computing v13 no3 p39 Mr 2000

Doom stalks the dotcoms. J. Greenwald. graph il Time v155 no15 p38-42 Ap 17 2000

Dot-coms over a barrel. B. Stone. il Newsweek v135 no14 p33-5 Ap 3 2000

The E-numbers game [SEC crackdown on aggressive accounting practices] A. Zagorin. graph por tab Time v155 no13 p66 Ap 3 2000

Earth to dot-com accountants [SEC crackdown on aggressive accounting practices] C. Yang. il tab Business Week no3675 p40-1 Ap 3 2000

Good stocks need a good economy. T. Miller. il Kiplinger's Personal Finance Magazine v54 no4 p14 Ap 2000

The great stock split [Asian market shift as Net issues rocket] B. Einhom. graph il Business Week no3672 p50-1 Mr 13 2000

A high-tech accounting? [accounting practices of Internet companies such as MicroStrategy] R. J. Samuelson, il Newsweek v135 no14 p37 Ap 3 2000

The king of wired investing [interview wilh K. Landis] F. W. Frailey. por Kiplinger's Personal Finance Magazine v54 no4 p50-1 Ap 2000

Live by momentum - [SEC crackdown on aggressive account - ing practices] F. Vogelstein. graph U.S. News & World Report v128 no13 p38 Ap 3 2000

A lust for profits [Internet pornography may go public; cover story] B. I. Koerner. il U.S. News & World Report v128 no12 p36-8, 40, 42, 44 Mr 27 2000

MicroPanic [accounting scandal at MicroStrategy] B. Condon and others. por Forbes v165 no9 p60-2 Ap 17 2000

Misadventures in the me-first economy. M. Warner and others. il Fortune v141 no6 p100-4, 108, 110, 114, 116, 118, 120 Mr 20 2000

The new scrip [advice for outside contractors who accept Internet stock and options as payment] J. Lee. il Forbes v165 no9 p460 Ap 17 2000

Not com [M. Mecker] G. Pascal Zachary. il Technology Review (Cambridge, Mass.: 1998) v103 no2 p34 Mr/Ap 2000

A tech highflier s day of reckoning [MicroStrategy's accounting practices] J. Lardner. por U.S. News & World Report v128 no14 p42-3 Ap 10 2000

Web stocks: the new rules [cover story] S. T. Goldberg. il Kiplinger's Personal Finance Magazine v54 no4 p40-9 Ap 2000

What's an old - line CEO to do? [growing divergence between old and new economies] J. A. Byrne. il tab Business Week no3674 p38-9 Mr 27 2000

Asia

The great stock split [Asian market shift as Net issues rocket] B. Einhorn. graph il Business Week no3672 p50-1 Mr 13 2000

Western Europe

Designs on the Web [spin off of T-Online International and expansion of Deutsche Telekom as global Net force] J. Ewing and others. il Business Week no3672 p54 Mr 13 2000

INTERNET CONSULTANTS

See also

Context Integration Inc.

INTERNET CRIMES

See also

Denial of service attacks

Internet pornography

Charlatan's web [fraud at online auctions of Hollywood memorabilia] R. ilo. il Los Angeles Magazine v45 no4 p22-3 Ap 2000

Cyber fraud crackdown. K. Blake. Consumers' Research Magazine v83 no3 p6 Mr 2000

Cyberpunks [cover story] J. Markoff. il New York Times Upfront v132 no15 p10-15 Mr 27 2000

Sipowicz goes cyber [Warnne County, Mich. police tackle computer and Internet crimes] R. Stodghill. il Time v155 no14 p50-1 Ap 10 2000

Stick 'em up. W. D. Webb. il Kiplinger's Personal Finance Magazine v54 no4 p52-8 Ap 2000

INTERNET CUSTOMER SERVICE

The (electronic) personal touch [Circles' virtual personal assistants] E. Sehonfeld. il Fortune v141 no6 p214 Mr 20 2000

INTERNET DATING See Online dating

INTERNET ENTERTAINMENT

'We're where television was at ils beginning'. R. Grover and R. Siklos. il tab Business Week no3672 p66, 68 Mr 13 2000

INTERNET EXPLORER (COMPUTER PROGRAM) See Microsoft Internet Explorer (Computer program)

INTERNET GAMES

Babes in virtual toyland [Internet games for kids] N. Byrnes and W. C. Symonds. i1 Business Week no3672 p62, 64 Mr 13 2000

Drinking aftershave: a confession [Internet chess] C. Krauthammer. il Time v155 no11 p102 Mr 20 2000

INTERNET MARKETING

Don't quit your day job just yet [NextCard affiliate program] C. McGrath. il Kiplinger's Personal Finance Magazine v54 no4 p120 - 1 Ap 2000

Electronic marketing: what you can expect. T. Mack. il The Futurist v34 no2 p40-4 Mr/Ap 2000

Talk is cheap [Internet marketing companies recruit young cybersurfers] P. Kafka. il Forbes v165 no9 p150 Ap 17 2000

We know where you live work shop bank play - and so does everyone else! [protecting your online privacy; special report; cover story] E. Bott. il tab PC Computing v13 no3 p80 00 Mr 2000

Your browser is selling you out [special report on privacy] il PC Computing v13 no3 p90+ Mr 2000

INTERNET MUSIC

See also

MP3.com (Web site)

MP3 players

Napster (Computer program)

Sex, drugs, rock 'n' roll and a good, fast modem. R. Ratnesar. il Time v155 no12 p74-5 Mr 27 2000

Unauthorized recording

Bye-bye, music business. S. Alsop. il Fortune v141 no6 p72 Mr 20 2000

Digital hits and misses [Napster] A. Harmon. il New York Times Upfront v132 no16 p24-5 Ap 10 2000

The free juke box. K. T. Greenfeld. il Time v155 no 12 p82 Mr 27 2000

The value of content [preventing pirating of MP3 recordings] L. Chiariglione. il Technology Review (Cambridge, Mass.: 1998) v103 no2 p79 Mr/Ap 2000

Who's afraid of this kid? [Napster online music service founder S. Fanning] A. Kover. por Fortune v141 no6 p129-30 Mr 20 2000

INTERNET NEWSGROUPS

Going online: read newsgroups at Deja.com. A. Phelps. il Smart Computing v11 no4 p69 Ap 2000

INTERNET OUTSOURCING

Insta-firms: just add dollars. E. Corcoran. il Forbes v165 no9 p414-16 Ap 17 2000

INTERNET PCS See Internet appliances

INTERNET PORNOGRAPHY

See also

Child Online Protection Act

A lust for profils [Internet pornography may go public; cover story] B. I. Koerner. il U.S. News & World Report v128 no12 p36-8, 40, 42, 44 Mr 27 2000

INTERNET RADIO

See also

Synchronized Multimedia Integration Language

Broadcasting from New Ork [R. Williams' weekly audio show on audio.com] A. Hamilton. por Time v155 no15 p80 Ap 17 2000

Live from your basement - [Internet DJs] R. Winters. por Time v155 no12 p80 Mr 27 2000

Web browsers [Netscape Radio] A. Phelps. il Smart Computing v11 no4 p65 Ap 2000

INTERNET RETAILERS

See also

Amazon.com Inc.

Internet shopping

Powells.com (Firm)

INTERNET SALES TAX See Electronic commerce - Taxation

INTERNET SEARCH ENGINES

See also

AltaVista (Internet search engine)

Chatscan (Internet search engine)

Google (Internet search engine)

INTERNET SERVERS

See also

HotOffice (Computer program)

INTERNET SERVICE PROVIDERS

See also

EarthLink Network, Inc.

Free Internet service providers

Shopping for an online provider. M. Sweet. il tab Smart Computing v11 no4 p91-4 Ap 2000

Germany

See also

T-Online GmbH

INTERNET SHOPPING

See also

Audio - video systems - Electronic commerce

Autographs - Electronic commerce

Automobiles - Electronic commerce

Books - Electronic commerce

Drugs - Electronic commerce

Household furnishings - Electronic commerce

Textbooks - Electronic commerce

Your first $20 free! P. Wallich. il Scientific American v282 no2 p38 F 2000

INTERNET SOFTWARE

See also

BeatWare e-Picture (Computer program)

Browsers (Computer programs)

Complete Web Studio (Computer program)

Freedom (Computer program)

HotOffice (Computer program)

Napster (Computer program)

Shockwave for Director (Computer program)

Sorenson Broadcaster (Computer program)

Spot On (Computer program)

Patents

Newest Amazon.com patent concerns industry [Associates Pro - gram] S. M. Zeilchik. Publishers Weekly v247 no10 p9 Mr 6 2000

Patently absurd [applying patents to thoughts and ideas in cyberspace] J. Gleick. il diag The New York Times Magazine p44-9 Mr, 12 2000

Software patents tangle the Web. S. Shulman. graph il Technology Review (Cambridge, Mass.: 1998) v103 no2 p68-72, 74, 76 Mr/Ap 2000

INTERNET TELEPHONY

Changes for exchanges: Internet telephony 2000. D. Costa. il Nome Office Computing v18 no3 p39 Mr 2000

INTERNET TELEVISION

Tune in, log on, go play. M. Peyser and Y. Chang. il Newsweek v135 no16 p62-3 Ap 17 2000

INTERNET VIDEO

See also

Sorenson Broadcaster (Computer program)

Synchronized Multimedia Integration Language


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