The Daily Byte is similiar to The Daily Bugle. This is probably the parallel, Counter-Earth version of the newspaper company from back on Earth, in New York.
After Spidey catches the camera from falling and mentions that he can get 5000 dollars for these pictures, he passes by a sign that says "10,000 Reward: Spider-Man Pictures!" Hmmm..
Goblin: (to Spider-Man) You can think I'm stupid, just don't talk to me like I'm stupid.
(As Spider-Man is falling)
Spider-Man: At least the Goblin got Naoko and Shane out..
(Goblin flies by)
The Goblin: Going up!?
Spider-Man: Yes, please. Push the penthouse button, would ya'?
Venom: You've troubled us for the last time, Web-head. You are history!
Spider-Man: History was never my favorite subject. I prefer Phys-Ed!
Spider-Man: Here's a song dedication to the symbiote slime balls, from your friendly interplanetary Spider-Man... Sonics on!
Spider-Man: Goblin, look out! Behind you!
Goblin: Ahh! Booger at 12 o'clock!
Spider-Man: (To The Goblin) I trust you about as far as I can throw you one-handed.
Naoko: You don't know where this Spider-Man is going to show up!
Naoko: I need a border with a steady paycheck. A job.
Peter: (about photographing Spider-Man) This is my job. I used to make a living doing this, well, more or less.
Spider-Man: My spider sense is tingling.
Goblin: Your what is doing what?
This episode was adapted into Spider-Man Unlimited #2 (1999 Series). The remaining three issues consists of original stories.
This is the only episode not being a 2-parter that shows what happened previously.
The same Ape-Man driver from Worlds Apart (1 & 2) can be seen driving the same Yellow SUV as Spider-Man jumps on it.
After this episode, the series was put on hiatus for a while.
This episode was also released into comic book form by the same name, by "Marvel Animated."
We learn of Venom and Carnage's plan in this episode. Their plan is to take over the world by releasing an army of symbiotes.
Peter starts working for the Daily Byte.
Spider-Man's spider sense is mentioned in this episode.
Counter-Earth's version of the Green Goblin, The Goblin, is a hero, not an enemy of Spider-Man.
Counter-Earth's version of The Green Goblin debuts with 2 differences from the classic Green Goblin:
1. He's called The Goblin.
2. His Goblin-glider is a high-tech backpack that sprouts bat-like wings that allow him to fly.
Oddly enough, Counter-Earth's Green Goblin's alter-ego is named Barry Norman Osborn, with no relation to the original Osborn.
Edit: What are you talking about?
Edit: It seems that the Green Goblin's real name is Barry Norman Osborn. Google it and you'll see enough sources to back it up.