There was a half moon out, but the Moonlighting bar on Manhattan's Upper West Side was full of Breakfastnetwork.com-ers out for the "Silicon Alley Nights" party, Tuesday, August 8. Hosted by Dad-to-be Edmund Bogen, the party was sponsored by Richard A. Eisner and drew out regular night-lifers like attorney Havona Madama, Inkfarm's Jan Bergthun and MSCO Director of Media Relations James Nottingham. Openshop's Clifford Cotten brought over his card as I was talking with Christopher Botting of XactMail (a service of VentureDirect). Kizna.com's Feisal Afzal introduced me to Waybid's communications VP Katherine Otto, as Bernardo Joselevich posed in the corner with Adrienne Matt for a cybercast. EventMe!'s Volker Detering was there, and Gregg Rapaport of Eisner was there till the bitter end. Earlier, Eisner partner Michael Wolff, director of PR Renee Amellio and Jennifer Wolff were in attendance, greeting guests and talking about their expanded services and offerings.