Added On: Tuesday, December 20, 2005

Slacker Dot-Com, the site of his production company, made its debut in June 1996 and has the highest profile of Mr. Smith's Web enterprises. But together, the six sites receive more than 100,000 hits a day and have nine employees, he said. Mr. Smith won't reveal how much money the sites generate. "Let's just say I make enough money to take my wife and daughter on a nice vacation, which I did last year," he said. "And I still spent two hours each day on the Web sites, vacation or not, because the sites can pay off in other ways."
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Networking for the right reason

Two days after our encounter, I received a letter in the mail from him simply saying, "Thanks for saying hello at Starbucks!" It also included an article about the current social-security crisis and how couples should prepare for their retirement years.
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Wallpaper Exchange

Got something cool on your desktop? Share your wallpaper with the world! Here's share yours.
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Best Leaders of 2005

In corner offices, design shops, ad agencies -- these executives were ahead of the pack.
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