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Down, not out: is the heart of technology still beating? (Postscript).

In technology, the road to success is long and bumpy. Last year, those bumps took its toll on companies large and small as CEOs of corporations and start-ups struggled to stay on course in what was a watershed year for the industry. Shaken out and downsized, technology is hoping to make a comeback.

In the March issue, BLACK ENTERPRISE takes the pulse of technology. Find out when tech will recover, and which sectors will lead the resurgence. This year, BE made the trek to Silicon Valley--the heart of the industry--to talk to the players about financing, trends, and a host of other issues. We put it all together in what, we hope, will be an insightful and informative roundtable discussion.

But CEOs and venture capitalists aren't the only tech digerati around. Celebrities like Tavis Smiley have also been preaching the gospel of technological access. Check out what he has to say about how it can help you succeed.

Finally, if you've always wanted to know what makes a good Website, we've got the answer. Our experts pick the winner of the BE Website Makeover Contest and unveil the new site in the March issue. Even if your Website didn't make the cut, we are sure this issue of BE will provide you with solid information that will make you a winner.

DO YOU HAVE A STORY IDEA?

Many of our best story ideas come from you, the readers of BLACK ENTERPRISE. We want you to keep telling us what you need to see in the magazine to help you launch and grow your business, advance your career, and build personal wealth. Help us set the agenda. Send your ideas and suggestions to the following editors at BLACK ENTERPRISE, 130 Fifth Ave., New York, NY 10011-4399; fax: 212-886-9610; e-mail: beeditor@blackenterprise.com

BUSINESS/ECONOMIC NEWS

Newspoints c/o Alan Hughes; e-mail: hughesa@blackenterprise.com

BUSINESS OWNERSHIP/MANAGEMENT

Enterprise c/o Alan Hughes; e-mail: hughesa@blackenterprise.com

CAREERS/PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Powerplay c/o Sonia Alleyne; e-mail: alleynes@blackenterprise.com

CONSUMER & PERSONAL AFFAIRS

Shopsmart & Lifestyle c/o Sonia Alleyne; e-mail: alleynes@blackenterprise.com

INSPIRATION

Motivation c/o Alfred E. Edmond; e-mail: edmonda@blackenterprise.com

PERSONAL FINANCE/INVESTING

Moneywise c/o Matthew S. Scott; e-mail: scottm@blackenterprise.com

TECHNOLOGY

Techwatch c/o Sonya A. Donaldson; e-mail: donaldsons@blackenterprise.com

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Include your name, address, and daytime phone number for confirmation. We reserve the right to edit correspondence for clarity and space. Write to: Letters, BLACK ENTERPRISE, 130 Fifth Ave., New York NY 10011-4399; fax: 212-886-9610; e-mail: beletters@blackenterprise.com.
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