Main Street's Access Road To The WebJohn Verity
GIANT CORPORATIONS CAN afford to get on the Web, but what about pizza parlors, gas stations, and the local PTA? A company called CitySearch says it has a way for just about any organization to afford an on-ramp to the Information Highway. Pasadena (Calif.)-based CitySearch plans to develop Web sites for cities across the nation, listing community and school events, municipal regulations, and other useful information. Revenues would come from Web listings sold to local businesses for $29 to $89 a month.
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