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World Trade Center opens online

The Internet World Trade Center is now open for business. Visitors can get trade show listings, news, and downloadable views of the Manhattan skyline.

    The Internet World Trade Center is now open for business on the Web. Visitors can browse the tenant directory, trade show listings, and news, and download views of the Manhattan skyline.

    The site features a lobby and 110 "floors" of services. At the Taxi and Limousine stand, you can order a limo. Package tracking has links to UPS, Federal Express, and DHL, and the Newsstand takes you to a selection of major online newspapers and magazines such as the Wall Street Journal and the Chicago Sun-Times.

    Job hunters can check out the site's Career Opportunity Center at no charge. Employers pay $99 per month for each job listing.

    The site is not affiliated with New York City's actual World Trade Center.