As investors continue to look skeptically at dot-coms, how are new Internet-based ventures finding capital? And with everyone talking about broadband changing the face of the Net, when can the average computer user expect to bask in its high-speed, video-packed glow? These and other issues of the "Information Economy" will be up for discussion during a two-day symposium at UCLA's Anderson School beginning today. Ninety-three speakers, moderators and panelists--including dot-com executives, technology developers and industry observers--are scheduled for 31 panel discussions and seminars covering changes in cyberspace from a variety of angles. Contact (310) 206-0937 for more information.