Friday, August 04, 2000

Courtney Pulitzer's Cyber Scene Calendar of Events

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Weekend, August 5-6, 2000
* * American Friends of the Hebrew University: Second Annual Cocktail in Southampton. The theme is "Summer Samba" - Live latin music, dancing, cocktails and food. More than 400 young professionals. The proceeds will support The Street Law Project.

Date: August 5
Time: 7:30pm -11:30
Rsvp: or Mark Starker at (212) 472-0040.
Cost:  $125 in advance/$145 at the door.

Monday, August 7, 2000

* * Executive Member Cocktails

Time: 6:30 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Place: W Hotel 930, Hilgard Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90024
Cost: Executive Members ONLY - Free
RSVP: Please RSVP by Friday, August 4, 2000 at You must be an Executive Member to attend. Unfortunately, due to limited seating NO GUESTS will be allowed.

* *  NYSIA eBusiness SIG.

Time: 6pm-8:30pm
Place:  IBM, 590 Madison Ave. (57th St) Rm 950. Refreshments will be served.
Cost: $20 (members free)
Rsvp: pre-registration required: or call (212) 475-4503

* * The Advertising Club of New York: 4th Annual Cyber Splash.. Boarding at 6:30pm. Ship sails promptly at 7:30pm until 9:00pm. Buffet dinner, drinks, jazz and dance bands, and stunning views of the Manhattan skyline.

Time: 6:30pm -9pm
Place: Aboard Spirit Cruises, Pier 61, Chelsea Piers, W. 23rd St.@ West Side Hwy.
Cost: $25, space is limited.
Rsvp: ACNY and NYNMA members ONLY, RSVP to (212) 533-8080.

Tuesday, August 8, 2000

* * NYNMA, Interactive Futures & Sun Microsystems bring you, "SHEDDING LIGHT ON THE HOLIDAY FRENZY!"

Time: 5:30PM Registration, 6:30PM Panel begins, 8:00PM Post-panel reception
Place: The Great Hall, Cooper Union (7 E. 7th St. @ 3rd Ave.)
Cost: NYNMA Members: $5 for pre-registration, $10 at the door.  Non Members: $15 for pre-registration, $20 at the door.  Pre-registration is always encouraged as is available now at  Pre-registration must end August 4.

* * Silicon Alley Nights party is only a week away and, as usual, our guest list is filling up quickly. Free Moet & Chandon Brut Imperial, as well as food, will be provided to all attendees while supplies last. Once again, the party is available only to our members (previous attendees of or Silicon Alley Nights) and a single guest.

Time: 6-9:00 pm
Place: Moonlighting, located at 511 Amsterdam Avenue between 84th and 85th Street
Cost: Those wishing to attend can become a member by paying a one-time fee of $15 ($25 at the door)
Rsvp: (212) 425-0505 between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.

Wednesday, August 9, 2000

* * Title of Event:'s Graduate Student Mixer welcomes anyone currently or recently in Graduate School to a networking party.

Time: 7:30-9:30 p.m. Come to
Place: The Evelyn Lounge, 380 Columbus Ave. (at 78th St.) for open bar and raffle of tickets to the New York Philharmonic and framed poster from Printfinders.
Rsvp: Log on to for details and registration.

Thursday, August 10, 2000

* * NY Business Forums: "Business-To-Consumer will rise again".

Time: 7:15am-10:30am
Place: 200 Fifth Club 200 Fifth Avenue (lobby) at 23rd St.
Cost: $105/$150.

* * NAAAP (National Association of Asian American Professionals): “Speaker Series 2000” with Cecilia Pagkalinawan, CEO/Founder of”. Cash bar, complimentary hors d’oeuvres.

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,

* * Fat Thursday

Time: 7pm -10pm.
Place: Le Bar Bat, 311 W  57th St. (bet. 8th & 9th Ave.).
Cost: $10.
Friday, August 11, 2000

* * Hamptons Country magazine presents Cocktails with Courtney -- Southampton!
Joe DiChristofaro, Cindy Cook and Courtney Pulitzer invite you:
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: $50 in advance, $65 at the door, $250 VIP Lounge

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

Time: 7:00 AM -10:30 AM
Place:  The Yale Club of New York City, 50 Vanderbilt @44th Street.
* * Announcing the First Telluride Tech Festival. Telluride, long time think tank and incubator for the world's most influential inventors, and festival capital of the Rockies, is pleased to announce the first annual Telluride Tech Festival. Home of the world's first commercial power plant, built by Nikola Tesla, L.L. Nunn, and George Westinghouse in 1891. The festival will honor these historical figures as well as three contemporary leaders of the technological movement: Raymond Kurzweil (one of the greatest inventors alive and 1999 recipient of the National Medal of Technology), Richard Stallman (founder of the free software movement and father of GNU/Linux operating systems), and John Perry Barlow (known as Thomas Jefferson of Cyberspace and co-founder of the Electronic Frontier Foundation).

Date: August 11-14th
Place: Telluride, Colorado
Rsvp: Scott Brown, 970-728-7000 or Nana Naisbitt, 970-209-8225, both. For Telluride Tech Festival/Web site:

Tuesday, August 15, 2000

* * 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:

* * Jupiter Communications: Online Advertising Forum. Join Jupiter for the latest developments in the online media buying and selling community with key discussions designed to appeal to both sides.

Date: August 15th-17th, 2000
Cost: $2390/$1240.

Wednesday, August 16, 2000

* * KnowEx Solutions free briefing session.  Demonstration of the latest mobile CRM (customer relationship management) and customer service from any wireless device. Food, drinks and networking.

Time: 4pm-5:30pm
Place: Warwick Hotel, 65 W 54th St.(6th Ave.)

Thursday, August 17,2000

* * High Tech Happy Hour

Date: August 17, 2000
Place: Texas

* * 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

* * RESFEST 2000 Kicks-off September 7.  RES Media Group announces final dates for all-digital film festival. 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: Amy Brownstein
RESFEST 212 784 0673

* * 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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