Category Archive for "News"

Inc. Technology

Winter 1999 Special Issue Greg McLemore is president and CEO of WebMagic Inc., an incubator based in Pasadena, Calif., that dreams up — and finds funding for — Internet ventures. McLemore was the force behind Toys.com (which was acquired by

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The Industry Standard

Pets.com, created by the same Pasadena, Calif., Web developer [WebMagic, Inc.] that conceived of Toys.com and Cooking.com, opened Nov. 4 with a 10,000 item store and message forums on everything from why cats play with their food to how to

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Yahoo! News

This week marks the launch of Pets.com, one of the most ambitious online commercial pet sites to date. . . . Pets.com is the latest brainchild of WebMagic, a Pasadena, Calif., Web developer run by Greg McLemore.

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Internet Shopper

Toys.com . . . offers a huge selection, search engine, articles for shoppers, and more. Ordering is secure and you can even see if the items are out of stock.

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Entertainment Weekly

For those with children, Toys.com charts the availability of the season’s hottest playthings and lists cool stocking stuffers for under $10.

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Cybergrrl

Check out Toys.com, the online superstore for toys.

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The ZDNet News Channel

At WebMagic’s Toys.com . . . find shopping hints and buying guides designed to make it easier to find the perfect gift for a child among the dizzying array of products sold.

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Inter@ctive Week

Several (toy) companies have launched on the Web in the past year, from Internet-only resellers such as eToys Inc. and WebMagic’s Toys.com to well-known retailers such as FAO Schwarz.

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Playthings

A subsidiary of WebMagic, an Altadena, Calif.-based Web design firm, www.toys.com was launched in December 1996. Since then, toy-curious Web surfers from over 108 nations have stopped by to take a look around.

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Interactive PR and Marketing News

Web Watch Chart Editor’s Pick — Touting the site as the ‘Internet’s largest online toy store,’ Toys.com’s major coup was scoring the domain name. This Web-only vendor . . . provides pages and pages of the hot toys.

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