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Seattle-based Real Networks will deliver exclusive live and on-demand webcasts of top musicians performing at six stages during this weekend's 30th Annual Bumbershoot festival.

Among the performances being webcast throughout Labor Day Weekend, are: Ani DiFranco, Motorhead, Jeffrey Gaines, Ozomatli, and Modest Mouse. The webcasts and their schedules may be accessed from the Real.com Guide and may be viewed through RealPlayer 8.

One of the latest projects of the interactive division of Spokane-based WhiteRunkle Associates was the creation of the website for Nintendo's gameboy.com.

According to WhiteRunkle's Interactive Director Nick Murto, the company's interactive division has been growing steadily over the past three years. Other clients for its database driven e-commerce sites include Spokane Transit and AT&T Wireless.

Seattle-based Qpass has been selected to participate as a featured presenting company at the second annual DEMOmobile 2000 conference that will be taking place next week in California.

Qpass is one of only 38 companies chosen this year by DEMOmobile producers Chris Shipley and Jim Forbes, from among more than 400 submissions. The mobile and wireless products conference will be taking place at the Ritz Carlton in Pasadena.

Seattle-based DocuTouch has moved up one floor (from the 38th to the 39th) in order to have more office space. But that is just the beginning of the story. Things get real interesting, considering that the company used its own patent-pending online document collaboration and digital signature technology to lease the office equipment for its new location.

DocuTouch digitally signed the legally binding corporate lease agreement with Bothell-based ABCO Leasing, Inc. and Bellevue-based McCommon Leasing Company. While a typical leasing contract can take upwards of 14 days to complete, DocuTouch completed its leasing process in just 15 minutes.