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OpenIPO and Lots More

Slowly, but surely, investment-banking firms are coming to Seattle. Last year, Goldman, Sachs & Co. created a permanent perch here. And in mid-January, WR...

Cooking Up A Storm

Allrecipes.com began the new millennium by being named the #1 Food & Cooking website by Nielsen/NetRatings. What's even more impressive is how...

Entertainment On Demand

Good news for all you couch potatoes: If Myrio Corp. has its way, video-on-demand will soon be available over your household telephone ...

All The World’s A Web

The Internet is becoming less Anglo-centric. English-language content on the web is 50% to 60% of the whole (vs. probably more than 90%...

A Dose of Reality

The best Internet companies are those that use the medium to do things that simply were impossible before. Not just adopting new channels...

Match Made in Seattle

With a tight budget, big vision and persistence, Seattle's Kiss.com has slowly but surely blossomed into a profitable, fast-growing Internet biz. Recently, Kiss.com...

Getting the Word Out

First, there was the Word, i.e. the online message board. And then websites proliferated, selling all sorts of stuff. The message board, ...

Keeping It Simple Part III of the Saltmine Series

Web-development firms tend to be either "nerdy" or "artsy fartsy." That is, they focus either on the technical (programming, software development, etc.)...

The Web Quarry at Seattle’s Saltmine Second of Three Parts

Saltmine, Seattle's largest web-development company, houses a unique mix of logic, musical talent and creativity. In Part I of our Saltmine profile,...

The Web Quarry at Seattle’s Saltmine First of Three Parts

I first met Saltmine co-founder and CEO Jay Jarmon in the summer of 1995, an eon ago in Web time. Meeting inside his...