New Sites on the Web from Week of February 3, 2003
- AAA Exchange - AAA, a leading safety advocate of the motoring and traveling public, brings its vast information resources to the forefront by launching a comprehensive public Web site called "AAA Exchange". This site puts people just a mouse click away from AAA's expertise on a vast range of safety, transportation, environmental and consumer issues.
- PartingWishes.com - A portfolio of services that allows consumers to communicate their final wishes to loved ones after they have passed away. The interactive web site includes services for describing funeral wishes, drafting a legal Will, preparing multimedia messages and creating online memorials.
- NY International Automobile Show - The new Site gives enthusiasts a first look at the cars and trucks that are headed to the New York International Automobile Show (April 18-27, 2003). It also offers one of the most comprehensive online new vehicle image databases, show facts and figures, an online shopping mall, plus the ever-popular auto trivia quiz. Starting February 15th, it also saves show-goers time by allowing them to buy online tickets in advance.
- LuckySkunk.com - A skill gaming site where people play popular skill-based games against other players and compete in tournaments to win real money prizes.
- Panicware - Panicware, Inc., a Seattle developer of PC pop-up control technology, announces the newest update of Pop-Up Stopper Free v3.0. This one-of-a-kind ad-blocking product is the first and only product to stop the new Windows Messenger spam windows, as well as GAIN spyware ads. Pop-Up Stopper is free for personal use, and is available for immediate download from www.panicware.com.
- Entertainment Tonight Online - An application, called instantET, was made available as a free download on the Internet. InstantET funnels news highlights and video segments to a PC desktop through a tiny TV viewer. The viewer plays content that has been downloaded to the user's hard drive, creating a TV-like advertising window while avoiding some of the costs and performance glitches of real-time Internet streaming.
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