June 11, 2004

In the Go-Go late 90s where a web site was created for every pointless whim, companies were popping up all over seemingly overnight. Of course, when the bubble burst, they all went away just as quickly. You know you've got a few shares of some valueless stock sitting at the bottom of your underwear drawer. Now, you can join the valuable second wave of the Dot Com boom in the Berlin based 24 Hour Dot Com Project and be paid once more in worthless stock. And hey, if it works out, you'll have a great story to tell your pals who hitched their now repossessed wagons to that failed vanity license plate holder eCommerce play. I hear blogs are hot right now...

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