Technology stocks continued to backpedal in follow-through selling from Tuesday's decline.



was down 102.24, or 2.7%, at 3683.21 in early trading, while Internet Sector

index was off 1.63, or .19%, at 869.43. An earnings

warning from



was contributing to some of the uneasiness in tech. Our house technician,

Gary B. Smith

, took a look at price action in the Nasdaq and provided a detailed analysis of

Exodus Communications


in an earlier


Among Internet stocks in the news,

America Online


was down 3/8, or 0.7%, at 57 3/8. AOL and

Coca Cola

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entered into a two-year marketing agreement, according to

The Wall Street Journal

. Coke will pay AOL $24 million for access to AOL services, according to the paper, while both companies will contribute $20 million in marketing support.

Online financial stocks were getting hurt for the second straight day, particularly



, which was down 1 7/16, or 4%, at 34 9/16.

Chase Securities

put out a note on the company that was not as negative as some may have interpreted it to be.

Chase analyst Gregory Smith wrote that


figures indicated that Knight/Trimark's market share of combined Nasdaq and over-the-counter Bulletin Board stocks fell to 13.8% in April compared to 15.9% in March and 21.9% in February. But Smith wrote that "while OTC activity represents a significant portion of Knight's business, we believe the decline in OTC BB volume was likely offset by abnormally heavy volatility in Nasdaq stocks during April, still creating a very strong month for the company." Smith encourages investors to look at volume numbers that Knight/Trimark releases on the tenth business day of the month rather than rely on the Autex data. Chase Securities has not done underwriting for Knight/Trimark.




was down 9/16, or 13%, at 3 5/8 after missing quarterly estimates. The online music retailer reported a loss of 92 cents a share vs. the 88-cent loss estimate from

First Call/Thomson Financial

. Also,

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was down 5/16, or 2.2%, at 14 1/16 after posting a 47-cent loss vs. the 54-cent loss estimate from First Call.

CDNow unveiled a new operating plan that the company said was designed to trim operating expenses by more than $12 million per quarter and reduce customer acquisition costs by 50%. It also reiterated that it was seeking a merger partner or investor.



was up 7/8, or 41%, at 3. Emusic and

yesterday announced an alliance with


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to provide music content to the music guide of

, which is Microsoft's guide to audio and video on the web.