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MASSIVE Magazine Unveils Website

New publication to launch online counterpart dedicated to massively multiplayer online games





Fort Lauderdale, Fla.-June 20, 2006
-MASSIVE Magazine today announced the launch of its website www.massive-magazine.com. The site will be dedicated exclusively to massively multiplayer online games (MMOs) and will feature up-to-the-minute news and information.

Massive-Magazine.com will also include:

* Free Media of MMOs
* Direct links to download and purchase the latest MMOs on the market
* Community forums for gamers dedicated to game discussion, strategies, and more
* Direct links to pre-subscribe to MASSIVE Magazine

"We feel this is a great way to launch our new publication," said Jayson Dubin, Vice President and Publisher of MASSIVE Magazine and Computer Games Magazine. "Among the website's many features, it will provide a direct forum for MMO gamers to talk about the games they love. The "Guild Talk" feature in the community forum will let players organize and dominate their favorite games by strategizing with other players."

In addition to news and information about MMOs, the site will also provide direct links to pre-subscribe to MASSIVE Magazine, the premiere publication dedicated solely to MMOs, gamers, and culture. MASSIVE Magazine, set to launch in September 2006 will be published by the theglobe.com and the editorial staff of Computer Games Magazine.

"We believe MASSIVE Magazine will be extremely successful given the growth in the MMO category, and we felt this site will be a great way to support the launch of the new magazine," said Dubin.

MASSIVE Magazine will include in-depth features on the culture of MMOs, focusing on players, guilds, communities, and their adventures both inside and outside the games. The editorial staff of Computer Games Magazine will produce the content keeping the same style and credibility expected among its fiercely loyal readership. MASSIVE Magazine will be written with a lighthearted and breezy editorial tone that will resonate with anyone interested in MMOs and their place in the world of gaming. The new publication along with the exclusive DVD will be available at all major retailers, including Barnes & Noble and Books-A-Million. For more information about MASSIVE Magazine, please visit http://www.massive-magazine.com .

Media Contact:

Jayson Dubin
954-769-5916
jdubin@corp.theglobe.com

About theglobe.com


theglobe.com (OTCBB: TGLO - News) is a publicly traded Internet communications company with three wholly-owned subsidiaries: Voiceglo, Strategy Plus (Computer Games Magazine) and Chips & Bits. Voiceglo, http://www.voiceglo.com, is a global, full-service Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) company that provides communication services to millions of customers worldwide via the Internet. Computer Games Magazine is a consumer print publication for online games.

Computer Games Online, http://www.cgonline.com, the online counterpart to Computer Games Magazine, is a source of free computer games news and information for the sophisticated gamer. Chips & Bits, Inc., http://www.chipsbits.com, is a computer games distribution business. Game Swap Zone, http://www.gameswapzone.com, offers the latest features in online auctioning as well as new technology to provide gamers all the tools they need to buy and sell their favorite games.

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