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Lewis, T. ; Technol. Assessment Group, Salinas, CA, USA

The Internet lets consumers wield price comparing agents that find the best price for anything. Such perfect pricing information drives all profit from the economic system. The paper considers how electronic commerce companies have borrowed a strategy long used by print magazines: let advertising revenues support profits; the product is nothing more than an attention getter

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Computer  (Volume:32 ,  Issue: 5 )