Friday, June 04, 2004

What actually is . . .

I posted on Wednesday asking what really was.  Lo and behold, I received an e-mail from the guy responsible for the site at CNET; question answered. 
Here is the body of the e-mail:
I'm the guy responsible for It is in fact a business news, blog aggregator that also distributes content from my primary product: Here's the boilerplate on BNET:
"BNET is dedicated to helping busy leaders more quickly and easily solve important business problems. BNET creates and distributes interactive business content and tools such as white papers, case studies, Webcasts, audio conferences, blogs, book summaries and checklists. BNET also publishes the monthly BNET Business Interest Index which illustrates important topics and trends among its registered user base of business leaders.


BNET's audience is made up of management and senior executives representing a variety of business functions at the Fortune and Global 500. BNET's partners include leaders in academia, business publishing, management consulting and professional services.


At June 1, 2004, BNET had more than 65,000 registered users downloading an average of 80,000 pieces of content per month. More than 95% of BNET's content is free to registered users."

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