Wednesday, August 30, 2000

The Cyber Scene in Denver ~ by Suzanne Lainson

Terry Freeman, executive director of the Internet Chamber of
Commerce, decided to hold the year's biggest Internet party,
setting his sites on at least 1,000 attendees for the August 30
event. Seventeen hundred people registered, and by Terry'
estimation, most of them showed up.

It was an outdoor party, held at Westminster's Westmoor Technology
Park, where such companies as Managed Storage, CIBER, Ball
Aerospace, Solant, Exodus Communication and Requisite Technology
are located. It's also home to FastIdeas, the incubator that's been
getting so much publicity lately. Among the FastIdeas crew I
spotted were Doug Fahoury, VP of strategic development, André
Pettigrew, VP of marketing, and the godfather of the whole
operation, Pete Estler, and his wife, Lisa.

I arrived early. The wind was blowing so hard, the tents looked
like they were about to launch. But there wasn't much point sitting
in my car, so I headed to FastIdeas to take shelter indoors. I ran
into Sherry Jennings, corporate development manager with CentriMed,
which is located right next door. She gave me a five-minute tour
and said business was booming. (Befitting a health care exchange,
CentriMed was handing out healthy Jamba Juice fruit smoothies to
visitors.) I also had an invitation to tour Finali, an interactive
eCRM services company located in an adjacent building, which I
decided to save for a less hectic day.

I went back outside to the parking lot, where IBM was holding its
pre-party party. I ducked into the tent and immediately headed for
the refreshments: cocktails, wine and salmon prepared three
different ways (catered by Michael's of Denver). Like the food, the
conversation was good. Stephen Veith, marketing manager, IBM's Rocky
Mountain Business Unit, told me that IBM wants to make its
presence known among regional dotcoms. Eric Grilly, vice
president of interactive media at The Denver Post, said he was
actively looking for new projects for his company. Erin Geegan,
founder/chief creative officer, Neovation, talked about how busy she
had been since her company merged with CIBER and moved from Colorado
Springs to Westminster. Speaking of which, the town was well
represented at the party by Mayor Nancy Heil (mayor), Councilor Ed
Moss and Executive Development Manager Susan Grafton.
Last, but not least, I ran into Jon Otsuki, managing general
partner, Otsuki Group, and Dan Murray, e-mail marketing strategist,

The main ICC gathering consisted of beer, barbecue and lots and
lots of vendor tables. I stopped by to say hello to Natalie Pyle,
technical recruiter at Hall Kinion, and Kari Nelson, founder of Recess
Active Entertainment. I passed on most of the freebies, but
spotted one I really wanted. Joe Carpentierm account manager of
Salient Webbing, showed Ann Thompson, marketing director and co-
founder, The Jedi Group, and me a clear rubber ball that lit up
when he bounced it. A very cool thing to have in a parking lot at
night. Evidently iPlanet was handing them out, and I missed getting

Finally I got in line for my barbecued beef, cornbread and
potato salad. While music from a jazz band wafted over us, I sat
down at a table with several folks from Jam Books!: Co-CEOs Steven
Deiker and Sae Woo Nam and COO Ted Deiker. Their company does
web-based comic books. Not too long after that, I was heading back
to my car when I passed Terry Freeman talking to Anne Hayes, vice
president of project development for Westfield Development Company,
the company responsible for Westmoor Technology Park. They
proclaimed the event a success.

On August 26, LH3, an interactive marketing agency, held its open
house. (It's in Denver's historic Highlands area, where outdoor
retailer REI has its new flagship store.) I couldn't attend, but
Donna Crafton, VP of public relations, tells me it was a big hit,
attracting more than 100 of Denver's most fun people,
including Bill Marino, CEO of GS2.Net, Perry Evans, CEO of Webb
Interactive and MapQuest founder, Brandon Shevin, marketing director of SpireMedia, and Marissa Peede, PR director of LH3 is putting the finishing touches on its next big event, SchmoozeIt! Denver, which will be held September 28 at the Museum of Nature and Science and webcast by the presenting sponsor Yahoo.

AIMing for a deal

The Association for Interactive Media held their first full-day
conference at the Metronome in NYC on August 30. So in the tail end
of Summer they assisted attendees in a Holiday Survival Crash
Course, starting at 7:30 am with a keynote from Alta Vista Company/ VP marketing Ken Niebaur. 
I stopped by at the tail end of the day, and chatted with AIM
Executive Director Ben Isaacson about the numbers of attendees and
calendar of upcoming events. Web Digest for Marketers ('s
publisher Larry Chase and I chatted about growth of online
newsletters as I waved a quick "hello" to GasPedal Ventures' Andrew
Sernovitz and Direct Marketing News's Ken Magill. Rita Borges of
the World Wrestling Federation ( and I spoke about my
upcoming speech at an Advertising Women of New York's (AWNY) Interactive Career Series panel on October 4th. She introduced me
to Career Builder's Keren Taylor, and we all chatted with's CEO Robert Holzer about babies. (He's a relatively
new dad and I'm a relatively new Aunt, from different births).
AIM's director of member services Joshua Olesker was on hand to
chat about the days events and, outside, as I watched two young,
healthy creepy guys run ahead of me and snatch my cabbie, I chatted
with Freedom Technology Media Group's Mary Munley and I-'s Bartt Kellerman. Over by 5th I caught one and aimed

The S Spot

Launching in the Big Apple during the week before Labor Day,
Silicon Spot, attempted to draw together a crowd for it's first
soiree in sticky NYC on Wednesday, August 30. Similar to some other
networking events, they had five - eight companies present their
businesses to the crowd. Soliloquy was there, hoping to find some
recruits. I chatted with's CEO Cindy Palusamy and
Industry Relations Rita Shroff about their reservation system for
spa services. David Schwartz told me about his newest venture, and some plans for the Fall. Movies magazine CEO
Brian Richards let me take a copy of his new publication
about the progress with their product and introduced me to Brand
Equity Ventures' Alan Stein. HauteCouturefofyou.Com's Paris Gordon
introduced me to's Nandi Gurprasad. Fortunately he
was interested in meeting me, otherwise I'd have received the
"Tattoo Parlour" biz card he hands out to others! Just before
leaving I got the card of Mousumi Shaw, who's setting up the
Silicon Spot party circuit. With a banner taped to the Budda's
belly in the Lava Lounge, though, and the oversized massive display
banner at the entrance, the Spot made its point with how they
approach the cocktail party scene.

Friday, August 25, 2000

Bits & Bytes -and- Shakers & Stirrers 8/25/00

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ORB NAMES CFO, VP-Client Services and Media Director Also Appointed

Iguana Interactive Hires Fortune 500 Executive as New VP of Sales

STS Hotel Net™ Management Team to Include Brad Gray, Pioneer in Mobile Internet Access for Travelers
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Soliloquy Boosts Acer Sales By 21%

Digital Kids To Examine Impact of the Net on Teen Marketing makes a splash w/Miss Teen USA

Exciting Change at eFusion







ORB NAMES CFO, VP-Client Services and Media Director Also Appointed

ORB, Inc. (, an Internet marketing and technology
services company that optimizes advertising and transactions in real
time, announces the hiring of a new CFO, VP/Director of Client
Services and Media Director. This is the next phase in ORB’s growth
plan following their recent round of funding from eVentures (OTC BB:
ENVT) and new appointments to the Board of Directors. Signing on as
CFO is Frank DeSimone, a veteran of over 20 years working with
emerging and high growth companies. Kathi S. Mendell is the new
VP/Client Services Director. Ms. Mendell brings over 20 years
experience in advertising. Also joining the ORB team is Cynthia
Miller, Media Director. Ms. Miller has over a decade of media
expertise, both traditional and online.


Iguana Interactive Hires Fortune 500 Executive as New VP of Sales

Iguana Interactive, Inc., a creator of high bandwidth, database-
driven multimedia software, announced the addition of James R.
Coleman as its new vice president of sales. Coleman comes to Iguana
Interactive with 17 years of sales, sales management and trade
marketing experience, and proven success working with companies such
as Oscar Mayer & Co., Pepsi-Cola Company, Philip Morris USA and
American Express. As the vice president & general manager for the
Middle Market Consulting Services Group of American Express
Corporate Services, Coleman was responsible for $18 billion in
corporate travel and entertainment volume, as well as for overseeing
a 40-person staff located both in-house and at remote offices
throughout the U.S.
STS Hotel Net™ Management Team to Include Brad Gray, Pioneer in Mobile Internet Access for Travelers
STS Hotel Net, LLC appointed Brad Gray, vice president of
business development for the nation’s fastest growing online
portal of content and services for the business traveler. At STS
Hotel Net™, Gray will enhance and broaden the appeal of the
proven Hotel Net Portal™ platform.  By working closely with
corporations and their mobile work forces, Gray and his team hope
to leverage STS Hotel Net’s expertise to significantly improve
efficiencies for the entire corporate travel experience.Gray is a
principal and co-founder of Wayport, Inc., an Austin, Texas based
company offering high-performance connectivity solutions for
mobile computer users.  He was instrumental in the early
development of products and services designed to bring the power
of the Internet to business travelers.
Loren Pomerantz joins
Loren Pomerantz, has recently left Middleberg and Asssociates to head the communications practice of incubator,  She is beginning to work with many new and interesting companies. 


Soliloquy, Inc., a New-York-based e-commerce infrastructure company,
and Acer, the world's third-largest PC manufacturer, today released
the results of their five-month-long partnership. Soliloquy's
natural language understanding (NLU) technology has been providing
notebook sales support on Acer's website (
) since February 2000.  Notebook Expert*
has had a significant impact on Acer's notebook sales, boosting them
by 21% over a five-month period.  In addition, 29% of shoppers using
Notebook Expert are clicking through to the Buy page, a significant
click-through rate for an online retailer.

Digital Kids To Examine Impact of the Net on Teen Marketing

Now entering its fifth year, Jupiter Communications, Inc (Nasdaq:
JPTR), the worldwide authority on Internet commerce, will host its
annual Digital Kids forum on September 12 and 13 in San Francisco.
Featuring speakers from MTV, Warner Bros., Cartoon Network and
Mattel, Digital Kids will focus on the emerging teen market and how
businesses can navigate the privacy, commerce and content needs of
this growing online population. Digital Kids will feature Bernard
Stolar, president, Mattel Interactive; Tom Kalinske, president,
Knowledge Universe and Betty Cohen, president, Cartoon Network
Worldwide as keynote speakers. makes a splash w/Miss Teen USA, the pop-hit website celebrating the beach lifestyle, has
signed with Backflips Inc. to create a line of branded
swimwear for girls and juniors, as announced today by Gail
Sonnenschein, President and CEO, and Bruce Waldman,
President, Backflips, Inc. Swimwear, the first swim line
launched by a popular, beach lifestyle brand born on the Internet,
is making a splash in the teen market as the official swimwear
sponsor for the nationally televised Miss Teen USA® Pageant. The
pageant will be broadcast on CBS Television Saturday, August 26,

Exciting Change at eFusion

On 7/26/00 the management of eFusion announced that eFusion has
agreed to be acquired by ITXC subject to a vote of eFusion
shareholders. ITXC is a publicly traded company (NASDAQ: ITXC) based
in Princeton, NJ that manages the largest worldwide network
for voice on the Internet. With this acquisition, eFusion gains
access to a worldwide voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) network
that enhances eFusion’s ability to deploy its Push to Talk and Suite
Adelinesm services on a Global scale.
Always-On, Inc. Launches New Headquarters in New York's Silicon Alley, creating world presence
Always-On, Inc. (, the first multi-language broadband subscription software service to address the business and lifestyle needs of consumers worldwide, has announced the opening of its worldwide headquarters in New York City. By opening an office in Silicon Alley, Always-On has made a strategic move to put a foothold in the U.S. to complement its global presence in Europe and the Middle East. Additionally, Always-On has established sales and marketing operations in San Francisco and Washington DC.
Grand Central Holdings Partners with Premier Provider of Instant Financing Services
 Grand Central Holdings has partnered with and purchased an equity interest in FreeDecision, a Silicon Alley-based company that brings instant purchase financing to the point of sale. Financial Technology Ventures, Woodhaven Venture Investments, and several prominent individual investors including Mort Myerson and Broadvision CEO Pehong Chen participated in the $4.5 Million round.
Silicon Alley License Plates Coming Soon?
Jonathan I. Ezor, director of Legal Affairs is measuring the amount of interest in an official Silicon Alley-themed New York State license plate, as has been created for the upstate Tech Valley community. If you would be potentially interested in buying one of these plates, please add your e-mail address to the free eGroups list I've set up for this purpose. You may join by sending an e-mail message to
RESFEST Digital Film Festival Launches "Net Cinema" Program
RES Media Group (RMG) has announced the launch of "Net Cinema" as a new screening component of RESFEST 2000. This year’s program will include short animated works that reflect the growing interest among digital filmmakers to create work exclusively for the Internet. RESFEST 2000 kicks-off in San Francisco on Thursday, September 7. In addition to the international touring schedule, RESFEST has dedicated Saturday, November 4th and Sunday, November 5th in Los Angeles for “Net Cinema 2000,” a special conference featuring exclusive screenings, panel discussions and seminars devoted to the topics of content creation and distribution over the Web.
Radical Zoo and ThrillRide! Join Forces
Alexander Westerman, Chairman and CEO of RadicalZoo, is happy make the following announcement: RadicalZoo has taken a 49% stake in the Internets premier amusement park site: ThrillRide!( This is a great opportunity for the Zoo and we look forward to a long and fruitful relationship with Thrillride.
A Host of Stars Will Gather To Preview New Shelter for Animal Haven
A galaxy of stars is expected to turn out for the 2000 Building Fund Luncheon for Animal Haven ( Sunday, September 24 at noon at the Sheraton LaGuardia East, 135-20 39th Avenue, Queens. The luncheon, which celebrates Animal Haven's 33rd year of saving and caring for abandoned animals, will include the unveiling of preliminary plans for the shelter's visionary new facility.


In an attempt to help facilitate better networking for new media professionals and "Scenesters," here are some points that will be added during the weeks. They will be archived at:

* Despite the temptation, when your computer's failing, try to resist the urge to swear limitlessly and smash your fists on your desk.

Courtney Pulitzer's Cyber Scene Calendar of Events

Weekend, August 26-27, 2000

* * X-treme team volleyball tournament heads to Hampton Bays

Time: Teams may sign-up from 10-11:00am Games begin at 11 and continue through 6:00pm
Place: Neptune Beach Club, 70 Dunes Road, Hampton Bays, NY
Rsvp: Please contact Laura Sigman (212-261-5019) to arrange, or to enter your media organization in the tournament.

* * Hamptons Hoops for Hilfiger presents "The After Party" To benefit the Tommy Hilfiger Corporate Foundation & the Southampton Youth Association Sponsored by: Tommy Hilfiger, Red Bull, Kremlovskaya Vodka, Wilhelmina Models, Polaroid, BMW, Gatorade,
Sports Illustrated, Voss Water, Bear Stearns, Steiner Sports, Merrill Lynch, Reuters, Ospraie Fund, Bad Boy Records & Cosi

Time: 8:00-11:00 PM
Date: Saturday August 26, 2000
Place: Conscience Point
Rsvp: go to or call Berk Communications at  212-889-5755.
Tuesday, August 29, 2000

* * The NYC area mixer and panel discussion on 'Monetize This!' where we try collectively to get a handle on how to squeeze money out of digital content on the net, has now been set. It is scheduled for the 'Last Tuesday' (how's that for a catchy name?):

Time: 6:00 PM - 6:45 PM: Mixer, 6:45 PM to 7:00 PM: Roundtable intros of all participants: 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM: Panel
Place: HEISMAN ROOM, 13th Floor, DOWNTOWN ATHLETIC CLUB 19 West Street
Cost: $10 per person with RSVP, $15 at door. Cash Bar (Hors d'oeuvres sponsorship open)

* * Breakfast@VIC The breakfast series will feature Jeffrey Stiefler, Vice Chair and Director of Walker Digital. A leader in the digital community, Mr. Stiefler, is responsible for launching new businesses based on Walker’s patented business processes.  Please join us at the Four Seasons Hotel, for an enjoyable and informative morning in a beautiful setting. We look forward to seeing you and providing you with the most up-to-date business practices in this exciting industry. Speaker: Jeffrey Stiefler, Vice Chair and Director Walker Digital

Time: 8:00 to 10:00 AM
Place: Four Seasons Hotel, 300 S. Doheny Dr. Beverly Hills, CA
Cost: VIC members: $30, Non-members: $50
Rsvp: by Monday, August 28, 2000,

* * VIC@Orange County Come meet people who are involved in digital media technologies! VIC@Orange County is a monthly forum that provides digital professionals in and around Orange County a great opportunity to network with other high-level, mutli-disciplinary industry professionals.

Time: 6:00 to 9:00 PM
Place: Aysia 10, 2901 W. Pacific Coast Highway Newport Beach, CA (949) 631-1551
Cost: Free
Rsvp: by Monday, August 28, 2000,

Wednesday, August 30, 2000

* * Holiday 2000 Survival Hosted by Association for Interactive Media
Place:  Fashion Institute of Technology Learning amphitheater 27th and 7th Avenue

Time: 7:30 AM to 5:30 PM
Cost: $200 for AIM members, $275 DMA members, $300 For Non-AIM
Rsvp: Alexis Bonnell (212) 790-1407,,

* * Techexpo 2000, New Jersey hosted by Techexpo USA

Time: 11:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Place: Embassy Suites, 121 Centennial Avenue, Piscataway, N.J.

* * AIM’s New York Dinner and a Deal hosted by Association for Interactive Media

Time: 6:30 to 9:30 PM
Place: Metronome Restaurant, 915 Broadway at 21st St.
Cost: $45 for AIM members $85 for non-AIM
Rsvp:  Alexis Bonnell (212) 790-1407,,
August 30, 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

Thursday, August 31, 2000

* * James Root, President of NetCel360

Place: Hong Kong
Rsvp: For details, please visit

* * Key to Success in e-business Speaker: Fujiyo Ishiguro, President & CEO of Netyear Group Corporation

Time: 7:30pm
Place: SunBridge Venture Habitat, Shibuya Mark City 17/F, 1-12-1 Dogenzaka, Shibuya ku, Tokyo 150-0043 Tel: 5459-0499, Fax: 5459-0498
Cost: 2,500 Yen

Friday, September 1, 2000

* * Take the day off and enjoy a nice massage at Bliss

* * Try the Circle Line cruise and see all of Manhattan

Monday, September 4, 2000 Labor Day!

* * Enjoy the sun and fun! Take the train or bus and veg on the beach

* * Catch up on Fall Sales at Woodbury Commons!

Tuesday, September 5, 2000

* * Generation Idea is a networking group for aspiring entrepreneurs and professionals designed for people to make new contacts, share ideas and learn how to get ideas started. David Darst of Morgan Stanley will be the featured guest. We have been anticipating David's input for some time now and are excited to finally have him speak!

Time: 6:30pm - 10:00pm
Place: Upstairs in the Lounge @ Velvet, 223 Mulberry St., (b/w Spring & Prince St.)

Wednesday, September 6, 2000

* * In the City. A group exhibition of photographs, works on paper, multiples, and video by
Roberta Bayley, Dana Bell, María Bleda & José María Rosa, Daze, Simone Huelser, Dorota Kolodziejczyk,** Alyson Levy, Jaime Levy, Anna Sew Hoy, Jessica Voorsanger, and Lyndal Walker.

Time: 6:00 to 8:00 PM
Place: Modern Culture At The Gershwin Hotel, 3 East 27th Street, New York,
Rsvp: Barry Neuman at 212.213.8289

* * VIC is pleased to present the latest information in wireless communication. The wireless panel is comprised of successful individuals and companies that have attributed to the development and creative uses of wireless communication. Don’t miss out on a great evening of discussion, networking, cocktails, appetizers and high-powered panel discussions.

Time: 6:30 to 9:00 PM
Place: Skirball Cultural Center, 2701 Sepulveda Blvd. Los Angeles, CA
Cost: VIC members: Free, Non-members:  $20.00, Children:$15.00 (12 years and under)
Rsvp: by Tuesday, September 5, 2000,

Thursday, September 7, 2000

* * Asia Pacific Conference on Internet Payment Systems - Singapore

Place: Singapore
Cost: 10% off for IandI members For details, please visit

* * RESFEST 2000 Kicks-off September 7 RMG ( produces the acclaimed national publication, RES: The Magazine of Digital Filmmaking and the RESFEST Digital Film Festival. The festival and magazine were among the first to showcase the work of filmmaker Spike Jonze, music video director Chris Cunningham, ILM effects guru John Knoll, design collective Tomato, guerilla videomakers EBN, and the Dogma 95 group led by Lars von Trier. Speakers at RESFEST have included filmmaker Mike Figgis, film title designer Kyle Cooper, visual effects artist Stu Maschwitz (formerly of ILM), designer Rebeca Mendez and music video director Roman Coppola. The official presenting sponsor for RESFEST 2000 is IBM. Additional sponsors include Adobe, BARCO, discreet, Screen Actors Guild, Directors Guild of America,, Artbyte, Thousand Words, Eveo and Skyy Vodka. For more information and press inquiries please contact:

Date: September 7 – 9
Place: Palace of Fine Arts, San Francisco, CA
Rsvp: Amy Brownstein, RESFEST 212 784 0673         

Friday, September 8, 2000

* * Current Lessons from Silicon Valley at Work in Hong Kong: Professional Investment in High Tech Start-ups in Uncertain Times

Place: Hong Kong
Rsvp: visit

* * The 3rd Annual SITDRAC Seminar - Understanding & Managing E-Commerce and E-Disputes

Place: Singapore
Rsvp: visit

* * Meet Yale MBAs

Time: 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
Place: The New Haven Lawn Club, 193 Whitney Ave., New Haven, Conn.
Rsvp: or visit


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

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

* * 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.
NE Philadelphia
Date: September 12,2000
Time: 6:00 PM
Place: Deer Meadows Baptist Home 8301 Roosevelt Blvd.
Rsvp: or call 1-800-997-2957

* * Cocktails with Courtney, Atlanta

Date: September 12, 2000
Time: 6:30 to 9:30 PM
Place: The Crescent Room

* * Cocktails with Courtney, LA

Date: September 13, 2000
Time: 6:30 to 9:30 PM
Place: TBA

* * Cocktails with Courtney ~ Portland
Date: September 23, 2000
Time: 6:30 to 9:30 PM
Place: TBA

* * Growth and Survival Strategies for Internet and Technology Companies. Produced by Strategic Research Institute & supported by New York InfoTech Forum.
Date: September 14 - 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: September 14
Place: Alfred Lerner Hall, Columbia University, New York City

* * 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: 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 Downtown Alliance Invites You And Your Staff To BITS, BYTES & BAR Sponsored By AGENCY.COM Open Bar and Hors D'Oeuvres

Date: Monday, September 18, 2000
Time: 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Place: Harry's at Hanover Square, 1 Hanover Square (between Stone St. & Pearl St.)

* * How to Waste Millions on Your Web Strategy Without Really Trying. If you need a web site for your business or your current web site does not do it for you this seminar is for you. Hosted by DF Consulting, speaking Dawn Fotolpulos Launch Specialists.

Date: September 18, 2000
Time: 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM, 6-6:30 Networking with DFC's Finest, 6:30-7:15 Presentation of how to waste millions of dollars 7:15-8 Ask the experts at DF Consulting, 8-8:30 Networking
Place: The Williams Club, 24 East 39th Street Baxter, Brooks and Lehman Room
Cost: No charge
Rsvp: or 212-688-6972

* * Digital Hollywood/LA is Screening Internet Film, Animation, Video and Web Content in the Palm Courtyard Film ScreeningTent

Date: Sept. 25-28
Place: Beverly Hilton Palm Courtyard Film Screening Tent. Digital Hollywood, 421 Hudson St., #320 New York, NY 10014
Cost: $1200

* * Television/Internet Programming Marketplace 2000

Date: September 26
Time: 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Place: Marriott Marquis - New York, New York
Rsvp: For registration online and further information visit and click on TV/Internet Programming Marketplace

* * Cocktails with Courtney, New York

Date: September 27, 2000
Time: 6:30 to 9:30 PM
Place: TBA

 * *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

* * Global Strategies Summit The Global Strategies Summit will provide the latest analysis on the size and growth of the global business opportunity.  Industry leaders and international management consultants will provide critical advice on how to globalize your company for success.

Date: October 18-20, 2000
Place: San Jose, CA Doubletree Hotel
Rsvp: Please visit the event's website for more information at or contact Clifford Rohde at or (202) 331-1550 or Alison Rowles at or +41-21-821-3210.

* * 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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