It has been one of the more stressful weeks of my life — you see I was moving, again – third time in three years and again for not really a fault of my own. I loved my previous apartment and I enjoyed (perhaps) for the first time the luxury of space. It wasn’t as … Continue reading Moving means a new beginning!
The online-video generation is using broadband and wireless to stay in constant touch with friends. 500 channels? Try 7 billion. (Business 2.0 Magazine) — Justin Kan started televising his life, 24/7, on the Internet in March. Racing from lunchtime crowds at San Francisco’s Ferry Building to a Y Combinator dinner in Silicon Valley, Kan doesn’t … Continue reading Reach out and twitter someone
(Business 2.0) – You’d think it would be every nerdy country boy’s dream. Kord Campbell, a 38-year-old coder from Oklahoma, started a search engine company called Grub back in the day and sold it in early 2003 to a San Francisco-based dotcom called LookSmart for $1.3 million. Suddenly he had money, and he was moving … Continue reading Escape From Silicon Valley
From Forbes magazine, May 3, 1999 HERE IS A WAY to ride the broadband wave without buying a moneylosing company like At Home Corp. Horsham, Pa.-based General Instrument (NYSE: GIC) controls 60% of the settop cable box market. Its new boxes will have high-speed modems inside that allow subscribers to surf the Web, get e-mail, … Continue reading Broadband bargain