The Internet has dusted off more than a few has-beens.

Remember K-Tel International? It scored big in the 1970s hawking nostalgia records to the parents of TV-addicted 10-year-olds, but couldn’t keep its momentum — until it wised up to the ways of the Internet-addicted 1990s. The Minneapolis company twice last year announced some Internet-based sales strategies and saw its stock price nearly double each time before falling back, although still above prior values.

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