Women's Wire


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Date: Tue, 9 Apr 1996 11:21:11 +0100
From: m.moebius@uni-koeln.de (Michael Uwe Moebius)
Subject: Women's Wire

From: WebMaster <WebMaster@wwire.net>
Date: 03 Apr 1996 19:10:35 GMT

Women's Wire


the hip and cheeky magazine on the web, presents Getting There: the path
to cool careers,


features three stylists, one in hair & makeup (she just did Tracy Chapman
for her latest CD), a fashion stylist who has done lots of work for
Harper's Bazaar and a food stylist who did the turkeys in Jodie Foster's
movie, "Home for the Holidays."

The People to Watch page


profiles Debi Coleman, a former honcho at Apple Computer, now CEO at an
Oregon tech company called Merix

The Overheard page


features George Lardner Jr., a recent chat guest on Women's Wire on
CompuServe. He is the Pulitzer Prize-winning Washington Post author of
"The Stalking of Kristin," a book about his daughter's tragic death at the
hands of her ex-boyfriend

Where else can you turn to find a site that offers daily news from around
the world that pertains only to women? Women's Wire has a page at


which cover just this topic. This page is updated daily.

Women's Wire's site has over 27 different features, all filled with unique
and different subject matter. The best way to view these choices is to go
to the guide page at


>From there you will find not only the linked names of the pages, but also
a brief description of their content.

Women's Wire is also running a new survey which will allow all their
viewers to be heard on their personal wants and needs of the web. Find
this page at


Recent Awards presented to Women's Wire since last posting: IPPA Award for
Design Excellence, 2/25; Dynamic Site of the Nite, 3/21/96; Cool Site of the
Nite, 3/2/96; I.way 500's #4 online periodical of all types.

Original posting date: 
Wednesday, April 10, 1996
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