Friday, July 28, 2000

Courtney Pulitzer's Cyber Scene Calendar of Events

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Weekend, July 29-30, 2000

* * Jack’s Joint Kick-Off Party! Join us for dinner and dancing to the music of: Ray Condo and His Ricochets ‘40’s-era Western swing The Flying Neutrinos New Orleans jazz, lounge and blues George Gee & Special Guests Big Band, swing
Date: Saturday, July 29, 2000
Time: 10 pm
Place: Upstairs at Jack Rose 771 Eighth Avenue at 47th Street, New York City 212.247.7518 Tel.
Cost: Free
* * Kid's Cure for Cancer 5K Run/Walk and Tennis Benefit. Bring the Family! After the Race, Enjoy a Free Pancake Breakfast and other Great Food! Fun activities and Prizes for the Kid's! And Proceeds Support Families in Medical Crisis.

Date: Saturday, July 29th
Place: Colorado Athletic Club at Inverness (East of I25 on County Line Road)
Rsvp: visit or call 303-831-4545.

Monday, July 31, 2000

* * HBO Bryant Park Summer Film Festival. Open-air screenings of classics. Unavoidably, it's a new-media schmoozing point. "Pillow Talk", 1959 comedy with Rock Hudson, Doris Day & Tony Randall.

Time: sunset
Place: Bryant Park, 6th Ave./42nd St. Time: Rain date is Tuesday

Tuesday, August 1, 2000

* * Ultimate Frisbee in Central Park.  A friendly and strictly new-media outdoors-loving crowd. Leading dot-coms represented.

Time: 6:30pm
Place: fields on 67th St. adjacent to the lower roadway in Central Park, between the roadway & 5th Ave. (easiest to enter from 5th ave at around 68th St.)
Cost: Free
Rsvp: For more info, Rain cancels.

Wednesday, August 2, 2000

* * ePanel: "How to Win The Talent Battle" Negative unemployment. Compensation packages going through the ceiling. The race to attract, retain, and compensate top talent is reaching a fever pitch in Silicon Alley.

Time: 6:30pm
Place: Cushman & Wakefield, Global Marketing Center, 51 West 52nd Street (ground floor)
Cost: Free for members; $40 for non-members
Rsvp: OR 212.386.5674 with: Event Title, Your Name, E-mail, and Company.

* * Interactive TV Blasts off @ eTV World!. Open TV CEO Jan Steenkamp, Liberate CEO Mitchell Kertzman Keynote. Loews Santa Monica 100 leaders in the interactive TV Revolution lay out the present and future of the greatest moneymaker in the history of entertianment and the 'Net.

Date: AUG. 2 & 3
Place: TBA, Los Angeles, California

* * Sauza Tequila and GenArt San Francisco will honor 3 area visual artists who have "stayed pure" to their artistic visions. The Sauza "Stay Pure" awards honor local artists, selected by members of GenArtSF’s Artist Committee, in recognition of their contributions to the Bay Area arts community. The awards ceremony and event, hosted by Joanne Chan, President of GenArtSF, will take place August 2, at the Limn Gallery in San Francisco. *Must be 21 or over to attend.

Time:  6:00- 9:00pm
Place: Limn Gallery, 292 Townsend St. (@4th Street), San Francisco
Rsvp: 888-570-8922 until Aug. 1

Thursday, August 3, 2000

* * "The Next 20 Years in Technology" On behalf of Courtney Pulitzer and The Next 20 years series (now entering its 4th season) along with ZDNet, AT&T, IBM, Microsoft, MIT's Tech Review, Netscape, Motorola, Red Herring Magazine Upside Magazine, Wired, Softnet Systems, Hall Kinion, Business Wire, Hummer Winblad, GuruNet, Netbytel, Xuma, eTour, Business 2.0, Iron Street Labs, Alley Cat News and many others. This industry-only gathering is "an insiders sneak preview of the future of Technology" This lecture and cocktail/showcase reception in NY is By Invitation Only. More than 1400 industry executives will be in attendance. MODERATOR - Dan Farber VP editor in chief ZDNet SPEAKERS - Dr. Michio Kaku - renowned physicist and author of "Visions;" Dennis Roberson - Chief Technology Officer - Motorola; plus special guest TBA VIP INDUSTRY PASSES: Send an e-mail request to and PUT in SUBJECT of e-mail "NY-cc GUEST LIST". There is no cost to attend with an INDUSTRY pass, but we must hear from you VERY soon if you want one. SHOWCASING YOUR COMPANY: If you would like to showcase your technology related company at the private reception, please send an E-mail to with "NY DEMO" in SUBJECT and company name and web address in e-mail.

Time: 5:15pm
Place: Lincoln Center, NYC

Tuesday, August 8, 2000

* * Compensation and employement issues in the hi-tech workplace: What every employer should know. Sponsored by the Schulte Roth & Zabel LLP Employment and Employee Benefits and Internet and New Media Groups. This seminar will cover critical employment-related legal issues, including compensation arrangements, non-competes and liability in the workplace. Early registration is advised since the event is expected to be oversubscribed. Join our Internet and New Media e-mail list at to receive announcements of future special events.

Time: 8:30 to 10:30am
Place: Schulte Roth & Zabel LLP, 900 Third Avenue, NY, NY
Cost: Free
Wednesday, August 9, 2000

* * WIN (Women In New Media): Conversation With, Dana Ardi. As Human Capital Partner at Flatiron Partners, Dana works with Flatiron affiliated companies to assemble the top industry management teams. Utilizing her more than 20 years of experience in entertainment and new media, Dana also acts as a "venture catalyst" in creating the structure of new organizations, building high-caliber leadership teams and providing Flatiron companies with ongoing counsel.

Time: 12 PM Networking, 12:30 PM lunch is served, 1-2 PM speaker
Place: The Yale Club, 50 Vanderbilt Avenue, NYC (across from Grand Central)
Cost: $55 members, $65 guests (late registration is an additional $10 and subject to availability).

Thursday, August 10, 2000

* * NAAAP (National Association of Asian American Professionals): “Speaker Series 2000” with Cecilia Pagkalinawan, CEO/Founder of”.

Time: 7pm to 9pm
Place: Mercantile Bar & Grille, 126 Pearl Street, 3rd floor (Wall St. district).
Cost: 20$ (members 15$)
Rsvp: Wendy (212) 699-3825, ext. 8446,

Friday, August 11, 2000

* * Cocktails with Courtney -- Southampton!
Presented by Hamptons Country magazine, Joe DiChristofaro, Cindy Cook
A Photography exhibit benefiting the East End Hospice and the Courtney Pulitzer Digital Divide Fund

Time: 8:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Place: Club Colette ~ 136 main Street, Southampton
Cost: TBA

* * VC Breakfast "Titans of Venture Capital Discuss the Internet’s Next Revolution" by Alpine Venture

Place: Yale Club of New York City
Cost: $75

* * Global Venture Network "Titans of Venture Capital: Discuss the Internet's New Revolution"

Time: 7am-10:30AM
Place: The Yale Club of New York City, 50 Vanderbilt @44th Street, smart casual, continental breakfast. Rsvp:


* * WIRELESS411 "Youth Culture and the Mobile Internet" panel. Moderator: Josh Newman, Senior Editor Speakers: Jane Mount, Cofounder and executive vice president of Empowerment of Bolt, Inc. Randy Herbertson, VP, Revenue and Syndication, iFUSE Andrew Roberts VP Business Development, Alloy Laurel Wells, VP, Strategic Development for Troy Tyler - CEO, smartRay Network, Inc.
Date: August 15
Time: Networking 5:30, Panel 6:30-7:30
Place: Morrison & Foerster LLP 1290 6th Ave. at 51st St. 43rd floor
Rsvp: with name/title/company/email to:

* * Do you know that you need to market your business on the Internet, but don’t know how or can’t afford it? Well, help is on the way! You are cordially invited to Main Streets Online Philadelphia. Due to popular demand, we will be hosting another educational seminar to provide the small businesses of the Philadelphia area the necessary tools and information needed to move successfully into the new economy. Come hear Tom Antion, an internationally recognized expert on Internet marketing, speak on the importance of having an online presence and how to create one. Seminars of this nature, with a highly respected speaker such as Mr. Antion, are ordinarily very expensive to attend, but as part of Main Streets Online, they are being offered to the small businesses in the Philadelphia area at no cost. Take advantage of this great opportunity to improve the ways you market your business.

Date: August 23rd
Time: 6:30pm
Place: Holiday Inn Philadelphia Stadium (Veterans Stadium) Philadelphia, PA
RSVP at or call 1-800-997-2957

 * * The Second Annual Northeast Venture Conference, hosted by AlleyCat News

Date: Monday, September 11-Wednesday, September 13
Place: Grand Hyatt Hotel, New York City

* * Growth and Survival Strategies for Internet and Technology Companies. Produced by Strategic Research Institute & supported by New York InfoTech Forum.

Date: Thu Sep 14 - Fri Sep 15
Place: Windows on the World, 1 World Trade Center, New York City
* * The New Breed of Incubators Conference. Produced by International Business Forums & supported by New York InfoTech Forum

Date: Thu Sep 14
Place: Alfred Lerner Hall, Columbia University, New York City
* *NYNMA's Super CyberSuds(TM) 2000 –New York Hilton Super CyberSuds(TM) 2000 expands to a full-day event this year, Noon to 9PM featuring the "Best of NYNMA" and special pavilions for Wireless, E-Business and Recruiting. This will be our sixth – and biggest –Super CyberSuds(TM) ever! Find out why Super CyberSuds(TM) is THE trade show for New Media in New York and Silicon Alley's largest new media networking event.
Date: Sept. 28
To sponsor, contact Sherry Riesner,,
(212) 785-7898 x224 or Brian Rosenberg,,
(212) 785-7898 x231

* * BITC Backyard Blast!  Are you still in Manhattan? Join the Southwest Brooklyn Industrial Development Corporation for an outdoor party in Silicon Alley's backyard:

Date: Thursday, September 14, 2000
Time: 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm (raindate, September 21, 2000)
Place: Sunset Park, Brooklyn Information Technology Center 269 37th Street, Brooklyn NY
Rsvp: , call 718-965-3100, e-mail us at or check out our website at

* * The Fourth Annual Camden Technology Conference: POP!TECH 2000: Being Human in the Digital Age Being Human in the Digital Age.John Perry Barlow, Rodney Brooks, Bill Joy, Whit Diffie, Ira Glasser, Thomas Dolby Robertson, Adam Clayton Powell III and MORE invite you to share their thoughts on: the digital divide, privacy, cyberwar and the ethical standards of technological development.

Date: October 27-29
Place: Camden Opera House, Camden, Maine

Event Space Available

* * Event Space Available: Technology/Incubator Building on Houston Street between Sullivan & Thompson seeks strategic partners/investors to create state-of-the-art storefront event space/technology gallery.  Fantastic location, incredible details/ambiance. 5,000 sq ft storefront, 5,000 sq ft usable basement space. Send inquiries to:


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