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Steve Ballmer, CEO and President of Microsoft, makes a point during the launch of Microsoft's Enterprise 2000, September 26, 2000 in San Francisco, California.
Steve Ballmer, CEO and President of Microsoft, makes a point during the launch of Microsoft's Enterprise 2000, September 26, 2000 in San Francisco, California. The Enterprise 2000 product launch feature software for large companies doing business on the Internet. Enterprise 2000 will work on the Microsoft.Net platform to better respond to new market opportunities in the digital economy. 

 



Tomasz Kuzia, a journalist of a daily Polish newspaper sits in front of a personal computer using the Internet to file his stories
Tomasz Kuzia, a journalist of a daily Polish newspaper sits in front of a personal computer using the Internet to file his stories at the press center of the annual International Monetary Fund (IMF) and World Bank in Prague September 25, 2000. In rear is a promotion of the IMF's Internet page with the URL "www.imf.org".

 



Republican presidential candidate and Texas Governor George W. Bush stops to talk to students in a computer lab during a tour of a primary school in Beaverton
Republican presidential candidate and Texas Governor George W. Bush stops to talk to students in a computer lab during a tour of a primary school in Beaverton, Oregon, September 25, 2000. Weekend polls have Bush and U.S. Vice President Al Gore in a statistical dead heat for the presidential election. 

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