The dizzying speed with which new Internet companies pop up, getbuzz and go public is enough to make your head spin (and the stockmarket soar). From a field of thousands, why did we pick these 11companies to put on our pages? It's not necessarily fame orfortune but simply our sense that these businesses - which selleverything from software to security, from flowers to Fords - showthe spectrum of possibilities open to any Internet entrepreneurready to think fast and move faster.
Name/Age: Aliza Sherman, 31
Company/Description: Cybergrrl Inc. publishes women-oriented Websites and provides marketing consulting to corporations andnonprofit organizations.
Based: New York City
1998 Sales: $1 million
1999 Projections: $1 million-plus
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