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Michael Wolff

April 26, 1999 | Feature
Are These People Really Worth $200 Million?

...and other Silicon Alley mysteries debated -- like what it takes to be wildly successful, why profits don't matter (yet), and what happens when the bubble bursts.

April 19, 1999 | This Media Life
Book 'Em

Got an opinion about the war? Clinton? The Jenny Jones trial? Or...pets? You too could be a TV star -- provided a desperate booker discovers you.

April 12, 1999 | This Media Life
The Uninvited

Low-rent media critic Russ Smith -- that's "Mugger" to you -- is repulsed by the exclusionary liberal New York media Establishment. The feeling is mutual.

April 5, 1999 | This Media Life
Judith's Untold Story

Monica-bashing book editor Judith Regan doesn't feel your pain -- or anyone else's, for that matter. She feels her own pain! And therein lies the secret to her blazing success.

March 22, 1999 | This Media Life

Political career begets media career begets political career. For today's breed of personal-identity professionals, public office and punditry are interchangeable career paths.

March 15, 1999 | This Media Life
Dinner-Party Hacks

For those who need to know -- and need you to know that they know -- there are two A-list options: dinner with Ed or with Hitch. (Well, be careful with that last one.)

March 8, 1999 | This Media Life
He'll Manage

Mike Ovitz, former superagent, has rankled all of Hollywood in his new bid to be . . . Leonardo DiCaprio's water boy? Sure, if he can own the town (again).

March 1, 1999 | This Media Life
Brand Monica

The intern formerly known as a little nutty and a little slutty is now, suddenly, media queen of the moment. And she hasn't even gotten her Barbara Walters makeover yet.

February 22, 1999 | This Media Life
Must-See PC

Never mind cybersex; the Web gets seriously intimate with Webcams, those teeny computer eyeballs that strip away all pretense and seduce with artlessness.

February 8, 1999 | This Media Life
Virtual Reporting

Media coverage of Clinton's trial is actually, mostly, media coverage of CNN -- with even R. W. Apple Jr. writing his "In the Chamber" reports from . . . outside the chamber.

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