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Written by on August 24, 2000

Miami

High Tech, by Miami Today reporter Candice Ventra, condenses the

latest news in the Miami Internet and technical worlds.

INTERNET PANEL: The Miami Internet Alliance will host a networking

reception and panel discussion on "The Reinvention of the Agency

in the Internet Economy" at 6:30 p.m. Aug. 29 in the Hyatt

Regency Coral Gables. The panel will feature Laura Desmond, a chief

executive for Starcom Media West Group Latin America; Irving Plunksier,

managing director of the Media Edge Latin America, and Margot Bradley,

senior vice president of Reiser Reiser GrupoUno International. Details:

(305) 335-4619.

SITE AWARD: Absolutely Florida, a local

website devoted to Florida travel and lifestyle, received the Flagler

Award in the web-success category at the Florida Commission on Tourism’s

33rd annual convention, promoters say. The award recognizes websites

that promote the state. Absolutely Florida is at funandsun.com.

Details: (305) 865-9420.

GOLF NEWS:

Palm Beach Gardens-based PGA.com, website of the PGA of America

golf tour, is making the site’s services available to Sprint PCS

Wireless Web customers. Users of the Sprint technology can access

golf-related news from web-enabled phones, executives say.

SUPPLY & DEMAND: Supplyspot.com,

a Boca Raton-based business-to-business site for the plumbing industry,

has formed a strategic partnership with San Francisco-based Redladder.com,

an on-line bidding, estimating and project management solutions

site for contractors. Together, promoters say, the companies will

allow Redladder customers to obtain competitive prices through Supplyspot.

Details: (561) 620-7822.

FIERA IN LA: Fiera.com, an e-commerce

site in Spanish and Portuguese, will participate in the Los Angeles

Latino Book & Family Festival Aug. 26-27. Company executives will

sponsor writers and participate in a panel discussion about the

Internet industry, promoters say.

OPEN RELATIONSHIP:

Sunrise-based OpenClose.com, a site offering solutions to real estate

sellers and buyers, has formed a strategic partnership with First

American Corporation Services, a California-based provider of business

information and related products. Under terms of the pact, OpenClose

will provide expanded product and service offerings to First American

members. Details: (954) 838-5121.

INTERNET SEMINAR: BellSouth and Nortel

Networks will present a free seminar, "The Power of Internet

Marketing," at 8 a.m. Aug. 29 in the Hilton Miami Airport &

Towers. The seminar, promoters say, will teach cover how to analyze

Internet potential and marketing on the web. Details: (305) 262-1000.

EDUCATION DONATION: IBM — through

its Re-inventing Education Program — is working with public

schools in Broward County to provide Data Warehouse, a technology

that promoters say lets school administrators recognize patterns

of success and failure in key information. Among other things, IBM

has donated the computer technology to the school district.

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