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by Vipul Verma

IT'S like the Californian gold rush. Everyone is after the "golden careers" being offered by various computer institutes. Undoubtedly, computer education and computer careers are in vogue these days, but the big question is: "Has everyone made a fortune here?"

 


Weaving attractive Web pages
by Vishal Verma
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ITH the cyber world coming to the forefront, addresses that start with www and end with .com, .net are in fashion. Everyone is busy making his or her presence felt on the Net through Web pages.

Track space station in cyberspace
by Kuljit Bains
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HILE Expedition 1 carrying human cargo docked on to the International Space Station (ISS) in, of course, space, on Thursday last, you can lock on to the NASA site at http://spaceflight.nasa.gov/ if you want to keep abreast of the latest in the Space Age; in the bargain you get to sound IT savvy for you quote sources from the Web and not the same TV news as others.

GIS to aid geologists, geographers and engineers
by Sumesh Raizada
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INCE the beginning of civilisation, man has been curious to know his surroundings. The art and technique of geography, cartography and survey existed earlier also, but perhaps in a different form. Our ancestors mastered these to understand the mysteries of land, forests and rivers. They constructed roads and bridges to establish link between towns and societies.

Net advertising awaits higher PC penetration
by Peeyush Agnihotri
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YBERIA may be a surferís abode or an entrepreneurís refuge but it certainly is not an advertiserís playground. Most of the sellers still prefer print and electronic media to advertise their wares, though market pundits paint a rosy future for advertising on the Web.

Are IT workers welcome in Germany?
by John Hooper
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ESTINIES can be shaped in unlikely ways. The chain of events that led 24-year-old Vivek Bhardwaj to a converted factory in east Berlin is more ironic than most.

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