John Perry Barlow
John Perry Barlow is an American poet and essayist, a retired Wyoming cattle rancher, and a cyberlibertarian political activist who has been associated with both the Democratic and Republican parties. He is best know in the Bay Area as a former lyricist for the Grateful Dead and a founding member of the Electronic Frontier Foundation. Since May 1998, he has been a Fellow at Harvard University's Berkman Center for Internet and Society.



Robert Urich
If you're like a lot of people, your laptop is one of the most important of your personal or work possessions. If it got stolen or lost, you'd want it back. A company known as Computer Sentry Software, Inc. has designed an innovative option for laptop recovery. With laptop theft on the rise, investing in an affordable laptop recovery package is well worth the investment. According to Safeware Insurance,a company that insures against theft, laptop theft rose 21% from 1999 to 2000.

Computer Sentry Software, Inc. based in Nashville, Tennessee, was founded in 1996 by actor Robert Urich and Dyrk Halstead after Robert Urich's son's laptop was stolen. Today, the company is providing it's services and software all across the nation, having distributed over 50,000 licenses of its CyberAngel® Security Software.






Known to millions of fans worldwide, Chase was named one of the world's "50 Sexiest Women" by Femme Fatales Magazine, and was voted the "Favorite Science Fiction Actress on Television" in TV Guide's online readers poll. Sci-Fi Universe Magazine honored her as one of the "Top 20 People to Watch in Hollywood," and AOL listed her as one of the "Ten Sexiest Aliens" in television history. Chase was named one of the "Hot Leading Ladies" of film by Film Fetish for her role in Yesterday Was a Lie.



began her dance training at the Westside School of Ballet in Santa Monica, CA at the age of 5. She continued to study tap and ballet and received scholarships for summer study at the Pacific Northwest Ballet School, the San Francisco Ballet School, and the Cleveland Ballet School. After graduating from the Los Angeles County High School for the Arts, she moved to Cleveland, OH to join the San Jose Cleveland Ballet as a trainee. In less than a year, she was promoted to full company member and spent 8 years working her way up to eventually perform principal and soloist roles in works by director/choreographer Dennis Nahat, George Balanchine, and Donald McKayle, to name a few. When not dancing for San Jose Cleveland Ballet, she danced with the Chatauqua Dance Company in New York under the direction of Jean-Pierre Bonnefoux and for Cleveland Ballet Dancing Wheels with co-directors Mary Verdi-Fletcher and Sabatino Verlezza. Holly relocated to the Bay Area in 1999 and performed with Bay Area Dance companies including Mark Foehringer Dance Project, Margaret Wingrove Dance Company, and was the former assistant director and principal dancer of Moving Arts Dance;

Barney Demo
Barney was created in 1987 by Sheryl Leach of Dallas, Texas. She came up with the idea for the program while considering TV shows that she felt would be educational and appeal to her son. Leach then brought together a team who created a series of home videos, Barney and the Backyard Gang, which also starred actress Sandy Duncan in the first 3 videos. Later, Barney was joined by the characters Baby Bop, BJ, and Riff.

Although the original videos were only a modest success outside of Texas, Barney became a major success only when the character and format were revamped for the television series and were picked up by the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS), debuting as Barney & Friends in 1992. The series was produced by Lyrick Studios (bought by HIT Entertainment) and Connecticut Public Television. For several years, the show was taped at the ColorDynamics Studios facility at Greenville Avenue & Bethany Drive in Allen, after which it moved to The Studios at Las Colinas, Texas.



CNet Central 239
Cnet Central The full 22 minute show from beginning to end . Episode 239 CNet CentralHosted by Richard Hart and Gina St. John, CNET Central was the flagship program of CNET TV. It aired from 1995 to 1999 on the Sci Fi Channel and USA Network in the United States. Individual segments were hosted by Desmond Crisis, Ryan Seacrest, and Hari Sreenivasan. Reviews of software and hardware were provided by John C. Dvorak in his "Buy It, Try It, Skip It" segments. It was CNET Networks' first project. CNET TV was also aired on G4 in Canada. CNET TV is part of CNET, which is a subsidiary of CBS.