James Oliver Cury

Big bucks--and big names--fuel a new crop of websites. But do they deliver?
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See what we thought about ''American Pie,'' ''South Park,'' ''Wild Wild West,'' and more
For fans of ''The X-Files'' and ''Myst'' comes a new cryptic online puzzle
Movie studios like Disney, Viacom, Sony, and more unveil a new wave of ambitious entertainment websites
See what we thought of ''Election,'' ''Idle Hands,'' ''Pushing Tin,'' and more
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Websites have invaded prime time with slick, high-concept ad campaigns
See what we thought of ''EDtv,'' ''The Matrix,'' and more
Celebrity stalking gets sophisticated
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The music industry attempts to fight back with high-tech, high-security systems
A look at ''Patch Adams,'' ''The Prince of Egypt,'' and ''Stepmom''
The singer/talk show host talks about his first computer, his favorite sites, and answering email
A look at ''A Bug's Life,'' ''Gods and Monsters,'' and ''Very Bad Things''
Users can assume the role of Democrats, Republicans, CIA, media, or the President
We take a look at the sites for ''Pleasantville,'' ''Holy Man,'' and more
Online book and CD sales are up, thanks to sites like CDnow.com and Amazon.com
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Quietly but quite effectively, the organization has started to police Hollywood movie websites
Enter a web screenwriting contest and jumpstart your career
Millions have made chat-and-page software ICQ an underground sensation. What makes this gizmo so good?
Chatting with Srinija "Ninja" Srinivasan, the 26-year-old vice president/editor in chief of the Web giant