July 19, 2001

Tech writer from "Wired" magazine, Paul Boutin talks about the current state of online music, Napster, and where the industry is going. He lists new programs being developed, and how they'll work.

A successful company thrives with diligent, hardworking employees, but the most important part of the workday could be what NOT to pay attention to. Thomas Davenport talks about attention management, and how to focus on what's important. His book is "The Attention Economy: Understanding the New Currency of Business".

Advertisers are using technology to insert images of products in television shows and movies. Paul Slagle is from Princeton Video, in New York. He talks about product placement, and adding soda cans, billboards, and logos into scenes that weren't there during taping.