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Michael Wolff

March 20, 2000 | This Media Life
Huey and the News

Fortune editor John Huey wanted to be a bon vivant like Esquire's Harold Hayes. But he ended up as a business weenie -- and the life of the party anyway.

March 13, 2000 | This Media Life
Bond Trading

At TED, the new-media version of a Mafia wedding, you rub elbows with the dons and capos of the Internet world and become an instant member of the family.

March 6, 2000 | This Media Life
Queen for a Day

Why does network television suddenly seem to be back in the fifties, with "Millionaires" and wannabes on every channel? Welcome to TV for losers.

February 28, 2000 | This Media Life
;-) :-) :-0 :-(

As broadband looms over the entertainment industry, the kings of comedy huddle in Aspen to worry over the fate of storytelling -- and who will pay for their jokes now.

February 21, 2000 | This Media Life
How I Got Over My Al Gore-a-phobia

Yes, he's wonky. But shouldn't our leader know his stuff? Yes, he's stiff. So was Abe Lincoln. Gore has what it takes to be a fine president -- so what if you wouldn't want him to give you a hug?

February 21, 2000 | Feature
How I Got Over My Al Gore-a-phobia

Yes, he's wonky. But shouldn't our leader know his stuff? Yes, he's stiff. So was Abe Lincoln. Gore has what it takes to be a fine president -- so what if you wouldn't want him to give you a hug?

February 14, 2000 | This Media Life
Waiting to Exhale

For Geraldine Laybourne, the queen of pure content, the real battle won't be for viewers but for cable space. Will women care enough to declare: "I want my Oxygen"?

January 31, 2000 | This Media Life
Mogul on the Verge

Can a strictly below-the-radar mogul take a group of creaky computer magazines and refit them (and himself) for the new economy?

January 24, 2000 | This Media Life
Happy New Media

The AOL-Time Warner merger has everyone shell-shocked. Is this as big as it looks, Munich Pact big? And where is the reporter from the corporate-state desk?

January 17, 2000 | This Media Life
Mr. Shawn's Lost Tribe

The language and rituals and customs of the old 'New Yorker' are fast being forgotten. Renata Adler, with her first book in fifteen years, is the Last of the Mohicans.

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