Thursday, September 23, 1999

Bits & Bytes -and- Shakers & Stirrers 9/23/99

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Salley ( and Tami Zori have been hard at work-- they just placed William Luddy as the Director of Creative Services at Micro Modeling ( William is going to head the formation of a brand new creative services department for the company that was very much technology oriented until now. William was Executive Creative Director at
AGENCY.COM before joining MMA, last week.

Kate Berg joined Jupiter Communications in May 99 to head up public relations for the research and advisory company located in SoHo. She has just expanded her new role to incorporate all corporate communications, in preparation for the rapid growth the company is experiencing., Inc. (, a destination site that entirely empowers the youth market, announced the appointment of Mike Glennon, a veteran consumer brand marketer, to director of marketing. Glennon will work in's corporate headquarters located in Atlanta.

Dr. Sally Ride, the first American woman in space, has been named President of, effective immediately. Ride, who joined the company in June as executive Vice President of Strategic Planning and was elected to its Board of Directors, reports to Chairman and CEO Lou Dobbs.

e-Media, a leading full-service provider of Internet solutions including e-commerce, micro-marketing and video and audio streaming, has named Albert F. Barber Chief Operating Officer. Mr. Barber joined e-Media as Vice Chairman earlier this year, a position he will retain in his new capacity; he was formerly a
President of CNBC and CFO of NBC.

Dan Sweeney has moved from the @dVENTURE Network Manager (@dVENTURE is a division of Venture Direct Worldwide) to the VP of Business Development here at NetCreations/

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The Knot, Inc. has filed a registration statement with the Securities and Exchange
Commission regarding an initial public offering of its common stock.

New Media Magazine has named iStadium as a finalist in their Invision Awards Competiton for its execution of "the world's largest game" in Shea Stadium. AND -- Human Code projects are finalists for 13 New Media Invision Awards, the most of any competitor. They've won 15 Invision awards over the years. Here's the skinny. If you want more info, go to The awards will be announced
November 11.

Motorola, a leader in wireless communications and Audible, a provider of Internet-delivered spoken audio content, held the first-ever demonstration of premium spoken audio content delivery, downloaded directly to digital wireless phones at the Personal Communications Showcase (PCS '99) in New Orleans.