Friday, January 29, 1999

BITS AND BYTES - 1/29/99

Here's some news that came across the wires that I thought was interesting indicators of what's going on in the Alley, when we're not out partying or sleeping (or working!).

T3 Media is expanding its reach and is opening a Seattle office to service clients out there. There new digs will be staffed with GM Tim Stiles, senior account manager Tammy Koenig and production manager Kendra Wilhelm, who is transferring from NY.

Modern Culture is participating in ARCO '99, Madrid's International Contemporary Art Fair, from February 11 to 16, 1999. Silicon Alley will be well represented as works from Roberta Bayley and Electronic Hollywood's Jaime Levy will be displayed.

All in the first week of the and Warner Bros. Online's, over 75,000 pages were added to its site AND their 1,000,000th "Citizen" joined

Back home, Razorfish is revamping its management in its New York Office. Jean-Philippe Maheu has been named Executive Vice President of North America. Evan Orensten has been named Executive Vice President for Corporate Development. Hyo Yeon has been named Managing Director. Steve Mendelsohn has been named Director of Solutions Management. Elizabeth Semple has been named the Director of Human Resources. Thomas Müller has been named Creative Director. David Warner has been named Manager and Design Director. Camille Shandor has been named Manager of the Content Strategy and Development Group. Karen McGrane has been named Manager of the Information Design and Usability group. "Say what you will about our industry," said Jeff Dachis, President/CEO of Razorfish, "but it all comes down to people, and we are committed to providing opportunities for some of the most talented in this field. I am excited to unleash their enthusiasm and capabilities to continue making Razorfish the leading firm in our market."