A walk on the wired side

McGinn, Daniel; Colley, Perri
September 1995
Newsweek;9/4/1995, Vol. 126 Issue 10, p50
Reports that John Callan, a senior editor for Microsoft Corp. wanting to join a private Internet mail list for journalists was the first hint that Microsoft is interested in the news business. Microsoft's launching its online service, The Microsoft Network in August 1995; Cyberjournalism; The goal of Microsoft and other online services; Criticisms of the online news.


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