20, 2000 (Seattle Bureau)
from the planets online"
StarIQ is featured as resource for presidential election predictions
as well as personalized horoscopes, current events and market research.
Includes an overview of StarIQ products, services and related background
Los Angeles Times, November
to the Stars for Election's Chaos Theory"
In the LA Times coverage of the 2000 presidential
election, StarIQ astrologer Jim Shawvan is cited for a prediction
he made on Nov. 7. Shawvan predicted a chaotic end to the presidential
campaign because the planet Mercury, which began its apparent retrograde—or
backward—movement in the heavens for the last time this year
on Oct. 18 and ended it at 9:22 pm EST on election day.
CNN.com, October 12, 2000
mind of StarIQ.com"
In this feature article on StarIQ and astrology's role on the Internet,
co-founder and CEO, Jeff Jawer diffuses common myths about astrology
and describes the company's vision. Jawer also discusses StarIQ's
personalized products and services as well the astrological editorial
content provided on the site.
CNN.com, October 11, 2000
Jawer and Rick Levine: speaking seriously about astrology"
In a moderated discussion on CNN.com, StarIQ co-founders Jawer and
Levine explain the state of astrology, their vision of astrology,
and StarIQ's role in that vision.
"The New Astrology"
Review of the StarIQ Web site, editorial content and a general overview
of StarIQ products and services. This article also provides information
regarding Kepler College and StarIQ's affiliation with astrology
The Mountain Astrologer,
April 15, 2000
"The Mountain Astrologer's Web page review"
A general overview of StarIQ website, including editorial content
and site design, StarIQ is commended as a resource for both professional
and student astrologers.
Eastside Business Journal, March
"Astrology company seeks to go beyond
'What's your sign'"
Report of StarIQ's $500,000 funding round, general overview of the
company's products and services and the co-founders' vision of legitimizing
astrology's academic side.