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Starr report puts Internet into overdrive

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CNN's Miles O'Brien interviews CNN.com's Scott Woelfel and Time.com's Janice Castro
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September 12, 1998
Web posted at: 1:45 p.m. EDT (1745 GMT)

(CNN) -- The posting of the Starr report on the World Wide Web marked a milestone in the Internet's development as a mass medium. It put readers in the driver's seat as never before -- while also creating a massive traffic jam.

CNN's Miles O'Brien talks to Scott Woelfel, editor-in-chief of CNN.com, and Janice Castro, editor of Time.com, about the Internet's entry into prime time.


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