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For the Week of
April 2-8, 2003

Cover: InterNot Free Speech
How a petty squabble between Palo Alto's Varian Associates and two disgruntled former employees with a penchant for Internet flaming has escalated into the most costly, bizarre and important Internet free-speech fight in the country, one that will determine what you can and can't say on the Internet without going to jail.

Nüz: April is Suppress Dissent Month.

Watching Baghdad Burn: Keeping up with the war via MSNBC.

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Dial Another Day: Predictability and poor writing take their toll on 'Phone Booth.'

Webmaster: Director David Cronenberg turns the screw in perfect horror movie 'Spider.'

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Fellowship of the Strings: After almost four decades with its original lineup intact, the renowned Guarneri String Quartet does some re-arranging.

The Rock Show: The Expendables; Rahzel.

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Operation Isengardi Freedom: Wars and other world crises got you down? Escape to Middle Earth and all points literary.

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The Champion of Breakfast: Goldies winner Zachary's continues to be Santa Cruz's AM institution, delivering your all-time favorite comfort foods.


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