FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Clark's tips on
how to launch yourself on the road to riches.
Contact: David Bassiouni
Kratz & Jensen, Inc. for myprimetime.com
212-979-2700, ext. 282
Myprimetime.com, Leading Baby Boomer Web Site,
Features Interviews With Business Leader Jim Clark the Week of January
Clark, Founder of Netscape and Silicon Graphics, Is Subject of Best-Selling
Book "The New New Thing"
San Francisco, CA, Jan. 8, 2000 - Myprimetime.com, the definitive online
resource for baby boomers, today launches a groundbreaking series of exclusive
interviews with Jim Clark, founder of Netscape, Healtheon, MyCFO and Silicon
Graphics, who is the subject of the best-selling book "The New New Thing."
Clark will also be interviewed by myprimetime.com Co-Founder, Vice President
and Editorial Director Donald Van de Mark on the Prime Movers segment
airing Thursday evening on television's most popular business program,
Nightly Business Report on PBS. The Clark interview, his first on national
TV since "The New New Thing" was published in October 1999, is scheduled
to air on Thurs., Jan. 13 (check local listings for air time).
"With Netscape and two more billion-dollar-plus start-ups under his belt,
Jim Clark ushered in the Internet era and helped redefine the relationship
between employer and employee. He lit a fire under the stock market with
his drive to spread the wealth of stock options," said Van de Mark. "His
insights on the high-tech industry, making billions and human nature are
invaluable to those who want to capture their dreams."
Myprimetime.com focuses on Clark and other leaders of the new economy
as they explore power and money, redefine work and recalibrate wealth.
Myprimetime.com is dedicated to sharing their wisdom with baby boomers.
Beginning today (Mon., Jan. 10) and continuing through Fri., Jan. 14,
a series of exclusive articles will be posted each day on myprimetime.com
highlighting Clark's extensive interview with Van de Mark. Among the topics:
How and why Clark
believes workers are corporations' most valuable assets.
money blunder - how he left $700 million on the table.
Clark's picks for
long-term Internet investments - Sun Microsystems, Cisco and AOL.
How Clark, an extraordinary
judge of managerial talent, sizes up people - and why he won't hire arrogant
None of the information provided by Clark in his myprimetime.com Web site
interviews will be duplicated on the Prime Movers segment airing Thursday.
Clark's TV interview focuses on overall market valuations of Internet
companies - he's highly skeptical. And on his reaction to "The New New
Thing," his best-selling biography - he's not happy. The Prime Movers
segment on Nightly Business Report will be video- and audio-streamed on
the myprimetime.com and Nightly Business Report Web sites after broadcast.
Empowering people between ages 35 to 54, myprimetime.com is a Web site
that provides 81 million Americans with a voice - as well as tips, tools
and even a little inspiration to help them make positive changes in their
lives. The four principal content areas on the site are Money, Work, Health
and Play. Users get finely edited content to help them accomplish a myriad
of goals, including accelerating a savings plan, slowing the aging process,
starting a business and planning the vacation of a lifetime. According
to Van de Mark, myprimetime.com will act as "a personal trainer for your
life." Myprimetime.com is based in San Francisco, CA.