What media publicity the CatCam has received
- Whole Earth Networks (1997 May)
The CatCam was listed in Whole Earth Networks' 1997 May On the Web list.
- MicroRevue (1997 Oct)
The French game magazine MicroRevue
gave a very pleasant review of the CatCam in their #8 (1997 Oct) issue.
- New Zealand Netguide (1997 Dec)
The CatCam made New Zealand Netguide's
top 500 websites from 1997 December.
- Los Angeles Times (1998 Aug 10)
In a column called "The cutting edge," the Los Angeles Times mentioned the CatCam in a section called "creature features."
- FOX Files (1998 Aug 13)
The CatCam was mentioned briefly on the 1998 Aug 13 episode of FOX Files. Not bad.
- Dallas Morning News (1999 Mar 16)
The CatCam was mentioned again on the Dallas Morning News, in an article called "Webcam sites -- something to watch after the paint dries."
- Leeza Show (1999 Mar 29)
Leeza Gibbons mentioned the CatCam briefly on her show, as an example of a Web cam that wasn't totally useless. Well, I suppose that's some comfort.
- Practical Internet (1999 Jul)
The British magazine Practical Internet awarded the CatCam Webcam of the Month.
- Family PC (1999 Aug)
This magazine mentioned the CatCam in an article on Web cams, as well. They wrote, "Never in the brief history of the Internet has so much attention been lavished on a single cat" -- this was written before, but published after, I got Athena.
- Cat Fancy (1999 Aug)
The popular magazine Cat Fancy listed the CatCam in an article on p. 10 called "Who's that web star in tabby stripes?" Listed second, it describes Beowulf (the article was also written, although not published, before Athena arrived) as "a brown tabby with gorgeous amber eyes."
- Internet Cafe (1999 Oct 8)
I was interviewed on the PBS program Internet Cafe episode titled "Just for Fun" during the week of 1999 Oct 10.