Plaintiff, a Connecticut corporation develops and markets computer software and other related services worldwide. Defendant is a Massachusetts corporation provides computer technology and support to thousands of organizations world-wide. They have no employees, offices or regular business in Conn. Plaintiff filed for federal trademark registration of INSET. Sometime after this Defendant obtained ISNET.com and contended that its "Inset" trademark was infringed by defendant's use of the mark in its domain name (inset.com). Is a toll-free number and a web site enough to satisfy the minimum contacts needed for a long-arm statute?