Thursday, November 11, 1999

BITS AND BYTES - 11/11/99

Cone Inc. Expands
Cone Inc., a strategic marketing communications firm dedicated to the new and innovative, is quickly expanding with three new accounts. and Student Advantage will be handled out of Cone's Interactive practice in New York City and Shine! will be managed out of Cone's Cause Branding Group in the firm's Boston headquarters. Billings for these three accounts will total $1.7 million.
Sixdegrees Chooses Dynamic Logic for Research Partner
Nick Nyhan, President of Dynamic Logic, announced that his company has been chosen as the research partner for, the premier personal online community with more than 2.8 million subscribers. Dynamic Logic will provide strategic research services to help sixdegrees extend its customer base and product offerings. Salutes Veterans
Highlighting an extraordinary collection of letters from American war veterans -- including one written on Hitler's stationery -- is commemorating Veterans Day with a moving exhibit that captures the horror of World War II in the soldiers' own words. Ranked in Hot 100 Most Popular Kids' Sites ( the premier free Internet destination for the entire family was ranked as one of the top 100 most popular kid's internet sites by also was reviewed by and received four stars. created the first safe and private on-line closed community where parents, children, relatives, and friends can communicate, explore, learn, be entertained and purchase goods and services on-line.
TMCS to Offer Online Restaurant Reservations on Local Portals
Ticketmaster Online - CitySearch, Inc. TMCS and, Inc. ( today announced that TMCS has made a $5 million investment in the real-time online restaurant reservations company and have entered into a multi-year Distribution Agreement for TMCS to distribute's restaurant reservations service on its CitySearch ( city guide sites.
The Independent Schools Multi-Media Center has changed its name to iMedia Source. Dianne Baasch (212) 348-5690 launched the Rhizome ArtBase, the first online preservation archive of Internet art, at
Internet art is the most significant new art medium since video, but it also the most vulnerable of art media; a systems administrator can delete art history with the click of a mouse. Already many early works of Internet art have disappeared. The Rhizome ArtBase addresses this urgent problem by preserving copies of Internet artworks in an online database.