Net-only King Short Story Ties Up Online Traffic

Noah speaks with Keith Titan, the online marketing manager for Simon and Shuster in New York, about the public response to Stephen King's first online book, which became available yesterday. The demand was so great, it created an e-traffic jam as many Internet servers were overwhelmed.



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