This week on NetCafé, we are talking about four interesting web sites, including QuickBrowse, HomeAtLastRescue, Real Arcade, and Fandango.
<p><b><a href="http://www.quickbrowse.com">Quickbrowse.com</a></b>, a subscription service that allows you to more efficiently surf the web by putting everything on one page. Marc Fest, a journalist turned tech-inventor, talks about how he developed the technology to speed up the process of Internet research by putting multiple sites in one window browser. </p> <p>Next we speak with Laura Gargano, a dot-comer who's now volunteering her time with <b><a href="http://www.homeatlastrescue.org/">homeatlastrescue.org</a></b>. This site partners with a bricks and mortar shelter to save animals from death by finding adoption or foster homes for them. Gargano also explains how you can create an animal-saving website in your own hometown. </p> <p>Andrew Wright from <b><a href="http://www.realarcade.com/"> RealArcade.com</a></b> discusses how they are creating a new ultimate gaming site as the next natural extension to their digital media Internet distribution through RealNetworks. Wright explains how the site is building a gaming community for a broad audience, including strategy gamers, puzzles gamers, action gamers and casino gamers. </p> <p>Finally, we see how <b><a href="http://www.fandango.com/"> Fandango</a></b> is trying to keep you out of line by selling movie tickets online. Sallie Merritt-Green reveals the meaning behind the name and how an online movie ticket sales site can make money by answering the need for advanced and guaranteed theatre seats. And, she explains all the features on the site such as print-at-home ticketing, movie searches, reviews and trailers. </p>