I missed this filing from March:
Alibris, which operates an online marketplace for buyers and sellers of used and hard-to-find books, filed to go public on Wednesday. The Emeryville, CA based company recorded $45 million in revenue during fiscal 2003 and generated an operating loss of -$5 million. The IPO price will be determined via WR Hambrecht's Dutch auction process, which is also known as OpenIPO. Terms and timing for this deal have yet to be announced.
I haven't been a fan of instant messaging, but many of my co-workers swear by it. I just don't like constant interruptions when I am thinking, writing, researching or working on anything for that matter. I'm considering using MSN instant messenger with my new Suunto watch, but I still haven't decided if I want to be that reachable.