At the height of the dotcom craze, the Industry Standard was the craziest of them all: a fledgling magazine that splurged $1million on an office it never used, sunk $8 million into software that didn't work, drank barrels of expensive champagne before folding in record time. Also on the show: pushing the limits of "applausability", and a Russian and and Aussie square off on Iraq.
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