Global Briefing: Oct. 28, 2002

Where Are They Now? Ever wonder--maybe when you look at your 401(k)--what has become of those dotcommers who were household names during the tech boom?

--JOSH HARRIS, 41, who founded webcast company Pseudo.com is now an apple farmer in upstate New York.

--CANDICE CARPENTER OLSON, 50, former CEO of iVillage, is a full-time mom. She's writing a book about the stresses working women face.

--STEPHAN PATERNOT, 28, and TODD KRIZELMAN, 29, made paper millions with theglobe.com then lost them. Now Paternot is an actor and producer, and Krizelman is studying business at Harvard.

--JARED POLIS, 27, who...

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