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Just One Question for Alexis Massie (05/06/02)
Upon the rebirth of afterDinner and its new "afterDinner for Writers" section, we ask creator Alexis Massie how she expects a web-based writing workshop to compare to its offline counterpart.

Just One Question for Bill Seitz (02/26/02)
While StO remains mired in the "essay" format, Bill Seitz is pushing the boundaries of blogging by combining the weblog and wiki forms. We ask him why.

Just One Question for Owen Thomas (12/17/01)
Partly out of a strange compulsion to keep lists of "great things," but mostly out of professional obligation, over the past year we've been documenting the email newsletters that...

Just One Question for Jeffrey Veen (03/24/00)
Jeffrey Veen is Wired Digital's executive director of interface, and a contributing editor to Webmonkey. He's also the author of Hotwired Style: Principles for Building Smart Websites, an avid...

Just One Question for Dick Costolo (12/27/99)
Every once in a while a site or application comes along that changes the way I think about the potential of the network. Yahoo did that for me in...

Just One Question for Christopher Locke (06/07/99)
The Cluetrain Manifesto is not your (insert appropriate parental unit)'s set of 95 theses. The Wall Street Journal called it "the pretentious, strident and absolutely brilliant creation of four...

Just One Question for Matt Turner (05/09/98)
Matt Turner is the Applications Development Group Manager at PC World Online and has been developing content management systems and just about every other kind of web application imaginable for...

Just One Question for David Hudson (04/29/98)
I remember the first time I saw David Hudson's Rewired. "Damn," I thought to myself, "he's one-upped me." A fit of jealous rage kept me from emailing David words of...

Just One Question for Marc Rettig (04/22/98)
Marc Rettig is one of the most interesting thinkers I've ever met. The few times I've had the opportunity to share a conference table with him, I've been wowed...

Just One Question for Vivian Selbo (04/08/98)
On Monday, Vivian Selbo, the former director of adaweb, took me to task for last week's installment in the One to One Future series, where I postulated that the culture...

Just One Question re. AfterDinner (04/01/98)
AfterDinner turns one today. For the past year, it's been home to some of the most engaging content on the Web: personal stories by talented writers, assembled and shaped by...

Just One Question for Emily Davidow (03/25/98)
Besides being the founder of Digital Elements, a WWWAC board member, and an advisor to both of the top web developer conferences, Emily Davidow is the creator of BeHOME, a...

Just One Question for Harlan Hugh (03/11/98)
Harlan Hugh is the 23-year old creator of The Brain, the mind mapping tool I dissected just two days ago. Harlan was kind enough to answer my one question... MS:...

Just One Question for Magdalena Donea (03/04/98)
Maggy Donea is probably best known as the creator of Water, which won her the Cool Site of the Year award in the personal site category. Her latest creation is...

Just One Question for Alexis Massie (02/18/98)
Dear Michael, Thanks for writing. You know, I was just thinking the other day about how much I hate ICQ. You must be reading my mind, you clever thing....

Just One Question for Mark Dery (02/11/98)
David Hudson is the author of Rewired (the book) and is responsible for Rewired (the web site). He recently had a chance to ask Mark Dery, author of Escape Velocity:...

Just One Question for Jodi Sax (02/04/98)
Jodi Sax is an entertainment attorney specializing in copyright, music and new media. She's also a web consultant and designer, and is proprietor of lawgirl.com. She recently answered a naive...

Just One Question for Greg Beato (01/28/98)
Since I borrowed the one question interview format from Greg Beato's Soundbitten, I thought it would be only fair to subject him to a taste of his own medicine. Beato...

Just One Question for Steven Johnson (01/21/98)
Take a spin through the index of Steven Johnson's new book, Interface Culture, and you'll quickly realize that this isn't your typical high-tech tome. Consider these consecutive listings from the...

Just One Question for Doug Block (01/18/98)
Last June I had the opportunity to screen Home Page, a documentary from noted filmmaker Doug Block on "the beating heart of the Internet." Having read the pre-release hype,...

Just One Question for Gregory Alkaitis-Carafelli (01/14/98)
Gregory Alkaitis-Carafelli is formerly of Planet Gregory, and currently of so.anyway.org, home of his adventures in new media. Along with Alexis Massie, Gregory re-introduced voice into the genre of personal...

Just One Question for Lou Rosenfeld (01/07/98)
User-generated content -- whether it's on the Internet or the intranet -- can be both a blessing and a curse. A blessing because Web technologies have created an enormous canvas...

Just One Question for Glenn Davis (12/31/97)
Glenn Davis invented "Cool Site of the Day," and is now spearheading Project Cool, a website for webheads that offers tutorials on whiz-bang stuff like cascading style sheets and dynamic...

Just One Question for Carl Steadman (12/24/97)
Carl Steadman -- the creator of Placing, the keeper of 99 Secrets, the owner of a Diana Bear, and the future inventor of Carl's Baffling Baffler Fun-Toy -- was kind...

Questions for Jeff Bezos (10/14/96)
Whatever happened to those lovely commercials from AT&T, which promised us that we will? "You will" send and receive faxes from the beach. "You will" have movies on demand from...

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