April 10, 1998
@ The Scene Column
@NY, by Courtney Pulitzer
It was a fine spring evening, and the city was alive with that delicious electric tension on April 4, the last day before daylight savings time. Webster Hall was also electric with anticipation of the 1st Annual Silicon Alley Talent Show. More than 500 guests mingled and got giddy as showtime approached...
April 6, 1998
Silicon Alley Struts Its Stuff
Wired News, by David Kushner
New York digerati weren't just singing for their suppers, they were bellydancing. Some of the city's most renowned content mavens unveiled their wild sides over the weekend at the first Silicon Alley Talent Show, a benefit for Web Lab, a new nonprofit organization dedicated to providing funds and support for independent Web projects...
April 6, 1998
Luckily, Talent Show May Help Web Developers Keep Their Day Jobs
CyberTimes, by Lisa Napoli
Of course Stacy Horn thought a talent show would be a good idea as a fund-raiser for the new nonprofit group, the Web Development Fund. She has talent. Though she made her name by creating the popular BBS Echo, thereby solidifying herself as an early doyenne of the New York new media scene, she also happens to be a drummer in the Manhattan Samba Group. The 22-person ensemble electrified the crowd on Saturday night at Webster Hall...
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