Wednesday

Adam Lashinsky on the State of the Internet

Dan Colarusso on Internet Growth Projections

Katherine Hobson on E-tailers' Push for Profitability

Catherine Valenti on Ailing Internet Funds

Jamie Heller on Using the Net to Track Net Stocks

Thursday

Tracy Byrnes on the Frenzy Next Time

George Mannes on Self-Hating Dot-Coms

K.C. Swanson on Old Economy Winners

David Gaffen on Measuring the Internet Economy

Friday

Ian McDonald on 'Butterfly' Companies

Justin Lahart on Real Net Valuations

Joe Bousquin on Building the Perfect Net Company

A Dan Gross Opinion Piece: Were the Old Guys Right?

TSC Roundtable on Predicting Six-Month Winners

Roland Jones on The Last Days of Daytrading

Eric Gillin on Working for a Dot-Com

So, let's bottom-line this package, shall we?

After the intoxicating stock moves of 1999 and the nauseating hangover that has been 2000, many investors have given up on roller-coaster tech and Internet stocks, and sleep with shares of Old Economy Bricks and Mortar, Inc., under their pillows. But many market professionals are beaten, but unbowed, and are still placing bets that a few New Economy stocks will continue to climb -- for the short term, at least.

With that in mind, we gathered a quartet of experts to offer their best tech stock pick for the next six months. We picked two

RealMoney

columnists --

Halsey Advisory's

Tero Kuittinen

and

MetaMarkets.com's

Don Luskin

. We also tapped two mutual fund managers:

Bob Turner

of

Turner Funds

and

Alan Loewenstein

, co-manager of the

(NTTFX)

John Hancock Technology fund.

We'll check back six months from today to see how their three picks turned out.

Three picks, you say? That's right. Two experts picked one stock:

Sonus Networks

(SONS)

, which, by the way, develops voice infrastructure products.

The other picks rounding out the six-month projected winners are

Vignette

(VIGN)

and

CellPoint

(CLPT)

.