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Don Kreuzer's three houses will soon will soon be surrounded by a George Washington University dorm housing more than 700 students. (Timothy Bell)

Building the Imperial University
Since GW's president arrived in '88, he has accelerated its transformation from a commuter college and graduate-degree resource for government workers into a would-be top-100 research institution. - The Washington Post
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Loudoun Development Picked for Fiber-Optics Test
A new housing development near Leesburg will be a testing ground for a new fiber-optic network by Verizon Communications Inc.
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Networking Resources


Shannon Henry's totally arbitrary guide to local tech networking events.
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Web Resources

Here are links to start you on your way to meeting Washington's tech community.
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Carrie Johnson: @Work

Written for people who toil in the high-tech workplace – from worker bees to CEOs – @ Work provides a closer look at the best and worst workplaces in the region as well as the creative ways local businesses are developing to attract and retain skilled workers.
• Carrie Johnson's @ Work Columns


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Sample the diverse sounds and genres that flourish in the metro area.
WAMA Crosstown Jam
Two days of live music under one roof and a Music Business 101 panel to boot.

Panel topics include Internet music issues, copyright and trademark basics, music publishing and record contracts. Among the experts scheduled to speak are entertainment attorney and WAMA board VP Jay Rosenthal whose clients include R&B sensation Mya, and former general counsel for PolyGram Records Ken Kaufman, presently with the law firm of Skadden Arps.
Live Online

Post columnists Shannon Henry, Leslie Walker and other special guests host regular dicussions on topics of interest to the local high-tech industry.
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Va. Politics Watch


Transportation ranks near the top of the legislative agenda for advocates of Northern Virginia's tech community. Today's Post looks at the push for a regional sales tax referendum to pay for roads and transit projects.
• Sales Tax Proponents File Bills; Counterattack Begins

Local Layoffs

Dot-Com Shakeout
This special section tracks local layoffs through a comprehensive table and gives resources to those who have been laid off.
• Dot-Com Shakeout
• Local Layoff Tracker

Tech Week

In this special report Washington Post reporters explored how technology pervades daily life.
• Tech Week

The Lighter Side of Technology

• Thinking Outside the Box



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