Color of Money
December 21, 1999: Michelle Singletary exchanged tips on staying out of debt during the holidays.
December 7, 1999: Michelle Singletary talked about workplace incivility with Christine Pearson, a management professor at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
November 22, 1999: Michelle Singletary talked about kids and money with Janet Bodnar, senior editor at Kiplinger's Personal Finance Magazine.
October 25, 1999: Michelle Singletary discussed college financial aid options with Dr. Frances N. Beckles, Associate Professor at Morgan State University.
September 27, 1999: Michelle Singletary talked with community housing expert Joshua Silver, about the impact of recent findings that minorities tend to have a worse credit history than whites.
September 13, 1999: Michelle Singletary talked with the Public Citizen Litigation Group's David Vladeck, about what consumers should do if they find they are involved in a class action lawsuit.
July 27, 1999: Michelle Singletary talked with financial planner Ric Edelman, about his new retirement trust for children.
July 13, 1999: Frank Hartigan, who is in charge of ensuring that FDIC-insured banks address Year 2000 issues, joined Michelle Singletary to discuss what you should be doing to avoid becoming the victim of a Y2K scam.
June 15, 1999: Michelle Singletary talked with Zagat's Allan Ripp about when to tip for services and how much is appropriate.
May 4, 1999: Michelle Singletary dicussed whether men are expected to make more money than women.
April 6, 1999: Michelle Singletary talked taxes one more time before the April 15 deadline with Edelman's expert Jim Baker.
March 9, 1999: Michelle Singletary discussed a controversial ad in Jet magazine, a publication aimed at black readers.
Feb. 23, 1999: Michelle Singletary discussed whether "shacking up" with your signficant other to save money really pays.
Feb. 8, 1999: Michelle Singletary discussed love and money in the first of a February series of discussions.
Feb. 2, 1999: Michelle Singletary talked taxes with former IRS tax commissioner Don Alexander.
Jan. 4, 1999: Post columnist Michelle Singletary discussed penny-pinching secrets.
December 16, 1999: Shannon Henry talked about real estate options for growing technology firms.
December 2, 1999: Shannon Henry talked with John May of Private Investors Network about angel investing and entrepreneurship.
November 18, 1999: Shannon Henry talked with Proxicom CEO Raul Fernandez about e-commerce.
November 4, 1999: Leslie Walker talked with Google co-founder Sergey Brin about the true potential of searching the Web and his company's efforts to build a better mousetrap.
October 21, 1999: Shannon Henry talked with webMethods CEO Phillip Merrick about XML and the future of business-to-business e-commerce.
October 14, 1999: Leslie Walker talked with World Wide Web creator Tim Berners-Lee about how his creation has evolved and in what direction he expects it to grow.
October 7, 1999: Leslie Walker talked with Paul L. Schaut, president and CEO of Engage Technologies.
September 30, 1999: Shannon Henry talked with local technology icon and angel investor Mario Morino about entrepreneurship, the region's tech community and Mario's Netpreneur program.
September 16, 1999: Shannon Henry talked with Netscape co-founder and former AOL chief technology officer Marc Andreessen about AOL, the Internet industry, and start-up companies.
September 9, 1999: Leslie Walker talked with theStreet.com co-founder James J. Cramer about Internet stocks and the future of free content online.
September 2, 1999: Shannon Henry talked with Careerbuilder.com CEO Rob McGovern about the online job market.
August 26, 1999: Leslie Walker talked with Ask Jeeves chief executive Rob Wrubel about how the search engine works its magic.
August 19, 1999: Shannon Henry talked with Cellular Pioneer and Former Senate Candidate Mark Warner about how Washington became a two industry town.
August 5, 1999: Shannon Henry talked with Newsletters.com's Ari Jacoby about how to surround yourself with big names and influential people to help you open doors.
July 29, 1999: Leslie Walker talked with Media Metrix's Jim D'Arcangelo about how Web surfing has changed since the Internet went commercial four years ago.
July 22, 1999: Shannon Henry talked with CrossMedia Networks founder Bob Nelson about how to decide whether to leave your job to start a company.
July 15, 1999: Leslie Walker talked with VerticalNet chief executive Mark Walsh about how electronic business communities differ from traditional trade associations.
July 8, 1999: Shannon Henry talked with USinternetworking CEO Christopher R. McCleary about starting a high-tech business.
July 1, 1999: Leslie Walker talked with venture capitalist David Gladstone about finding funding for your small business.
June 24, 1999: Shannon Henry talked with venture capitalist Steve Walker about funding for start-ups, encryption and biometrics.
June 17, 1999: Leslie Walker talked with Jakob Neilsen former Distinguished Engineer at Sun Microsystems about the top mistakes of Web design, how the Internet architecture is evolving, and how the structure and design of the Web affects the way people use it.
June 10, 1999: John Schwartz talked with Jack Biddle of Novak Biddle Venture Partners about the emergence of the Washington area as a tech center and the availability of funding for start-up companies.
June 3, 1999: Leslie Walker talked with CompuServe's Audrey Y. Weil about the strategy behind CompuServe's offerings and custom "portals" for industries.
May 27, 1999: Shannon Henry talked with VarsityBooks.com's Eric Kuhn about online retailing, college-oriented sites and about the frustrations and joys of being an under-30 CEO.
May 20, 1999: Leslie Walker talked with Mercata's Tom Van Horn about how his company's new online buying co-operative mimics an auction and in what ways it differs.
May 13, 1999: Shannon Henry talked with PSINet's Bill Schrader.
May 6, 1999: Leslie Walker talked about speech recognition software with IBM's W.S. Osbourne.
April 29, 1999: Shannon Henry took questions with Womenconnect.com's Susan DeFife.
April 22, 1999: Leslie Walker talked Web design with Roger Black.
April 15, 1999: Shannon Henry discussed tech policy with expert Bill Archey.
April 8, 1999: Inktomi's David Peterschmidt took questions on his company's Web technology products in a discussion led by Leslie Walker.
April 1, 1999: Shannon Henry discussed the local tech scene with Kathy Clark of Landmark Systems.
March 25, 1999: SixDegrees.com's Andrew Bein took questions on building virtual communities on the Web though networking.
March 18, 1999: MicroStrategy's CEO, Michael J. Saylor, joined Shannon Henry for a live Q&A session.
March 4, 1999: Shannon Henry hosted AOL Vice President David Gang.
Feb. 25, 1999: Leslie Walker discussed the future of the online music industry with MP3.com's Michael Robertson.
Feb. 18, 1999: MCI WorldCom's John Sidgmore discussed the rapid evolution of the Internet industry with columnist Shannon Henry.
Feb. 11, 1999: "Net Worth" author John Hagel joined Leslie Walker for a discussion on the intense competition for consumer-preference data.
Feb. 4, 1999: The Download's Shannon Henry hosted FBR's Suzanne Richardson for a discussion of Net stocks and local investing.
Jan. 28, 1999: .com columnist Leslie Walker hosted Direct Hit's Gary Culliss, who answered questions about search engine technology and Net start-ups.
Jan. 21, 1999: Don Upson, Virginia's first secretary of technology, answered questions on the state's tech businesses and policy as Download columnist Shannon Henry's guest.
Jan. 14, 1999: Walker hosted Kevin Kelly, Wired magazine's founding editor.
Jan. 7, 1999: John Backus, the new managing director of Draper Atlantic, was Henry's guest.
December 17, 1999: Rob Pegoraro answered his readers' questions about consumer-electronics shopping.
December 3, 1999: In another installment of Tech Support Friday, Rob Pegoraro answered his readers' computer and technology-related questions.
November 19, 1999: Rob Pegoraro answered questions and offered tips on buying a home computer.
November 5, 1999: In another installment of Tech Support Friday, Rob Pegoraro answered his readers' computer and technology-related questions.
October 29, 1999: Rob Pegoraro and his readers were online, sharing tips and tales on findng the right Internet service provider.
October 22, 1999: Rob Pegoraro and Sprint's John Yuzdepski were online to talk about Sprint PCS's Wireless Web service.
September 24, 1999: Rob Pegoraro and Jane Zweig, executive vice president of research firm Herschel Shosteck Associates discussed consumer options for picking the right wireless phone.
September 17, 1999: Rob Pegoraro went one-on-one with his readers, answering all of their technology-related questions.
September 10, 1999: Rob Pegoraro and Bell Atlantic's Pete Castleton were online to talk about ADSL Internet access.
August 27, 1999: Rob Pegoraro and iBook for Dummies author David Pogue were online to talk about the iBook.
August 13, 1999: Mike Musgrove and Media General Cable's Bob Mechlin were online to talk about cable-modem access.
July 30, 1999: Fast Forward Editor Rob Pegoraro and his crack team of laptop reviewers were online to answer your laptop questions.
July 9, 1999: Rob Pegoraro and the Fast Forward team answered questions about computer problems.
June 25, 1999: Rob Pegoraro was online to take questions on the present and future of home computing.
May 28, 1999: Rob Pegoraro hosted a live discussion with Jim Hawk, author of several Fast Forward features on digital cameras.
April 30, 1999: Rob Pegoraro hosted a live discussion on choosing an ISP with expert Greg Gibson.
April 14, 1999: Rob Pegoraro talked privacy with expert David Banisar.
March 17, 1999: Fast Forward editor Rob Pegoraro fielded questions on hand-held gadgets.
Feb. 26, 1999: Rob Pegoraro on what's inside your computer.
Feb. 12, 1999: Rob Pegoraro discussed consumer technology.
Jan. 29, 1999: Rob Pegoraro fielded questions on digital television, or HDTV.
Dec. 9, 1998: In the first of his biweekly Q&A sessions, Fast Forward editor Rob Pegoraro answered questions about consumer technology.
Investing Live James K. Glassman and Jerry Knight
June 16, 1999: Jerry Knight and NASD Regulation's Barry Goldsmith discussed market regulation in the Internet Age.
June 9, 1999: Glassman's discussion focussed on a variety of individual investor issues.
June 2, 1999: Jerry Knight and author Jeff Hooke talked about valuing stocks and overvalued Internet stocks.
May 19, 1999: Jerry Knight took questions on local stocks at the closing bell on Wednesday.
May 5, 1999: Jerry Knight took questions on local stocks at the closing bell on Wednesday.
April 7, 1999: Jerry Knight took questions on local stocks at the closing bell on Wednesday.
March 10, 1999: Jerry Knight's first discussion focussed on investing in Washington area-companies.
March 3, 1999: Glassman's inaugural discussion focussed on a variety of individual investor issues.
December 7, 1999: Retired Post columnist Stan Hinden talks about reducing the tax burden for retirees.
September 27, 1999: Retired Post columnist Stan Hinden talks about the lessons he has learned.
March 16, 1999: Careers expert Richard N. Bolles took questions on his best-selling book What Color Is Your Parachute?"
Jan. 12, 1999: Post Staff Writers Jerry Knight and Peter Behr answered questions on what to watch in local business in 1999.
Aug. 13, 1998: Knight took reader questions on the market's behavior and its future.
July 15, 1998: John Holaday, CEO of Rockville's EntreMed Inc. took time away from the 1998 Technology Investor Conference to answer user questions.
June 24, 1998: The Post's Elizabeth Corcoran hosted a discussion with World Congress attendee Michael Dell, founder and
CEO of Dell Computer Corp., on issues ranging
from wearable computers in Boeblingen,
Germany to bandwidth in Bethesda.
June 23, 1998: Alfred R. Berkeley III, president of the Nasdaq Stock Market answered questions on the future of the stock exchange.
June 23, 1998: Post Staff Writer Linton Weeks hosted "Mr. Green Genes," a.k.a. William Haseltine, CEO of Rockville's
Human Genome Sciences Inc.