Monthly Archives: July 2008


Can ‘Green’ Save the U.S. Postal Service? Probably Not 4

Share By Ben The New York Times reports that the U.S. Postal Service is encouraging people and businesses to keep the environment in mind when mailing documents and packages. They’ve even trademarked the term environMAIList. How much is this green initiative just one last attempt to survive? Twenty years ago almost everything came was delivered […]

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Nicholas Negroponte at Brainstorm: TECH

Share By Kyle Austin Nicholas Negroponte took the stage with David Kirkpatrick at Fortune Brainstorm: TECH to address the crowd on where the One Laptop per Child project currently stands earlier this morning. Some excerpts below: DK: Happy to have you on stage, along with your XO. You have transformed a new way to get technology […]


Brainstorm:TECH — A Drink with Richard Edelman and Keith Reinhard 3

Share  By Kyle Austin Had the opportunity to share a quick chat and drink with Richard Edelman, CEO & President of PR-giant Edelman and Keith Reinhard, former CEO of advertising giant DDB yesterday evening at Brainstorm: TECH. The two industry giants were worth a good laugh as they playfully chuckled about stealing each other’s clients at the conference. […]


Live at Brainstorm:TECH – “How Net Content will be Monetized Round Table” 1

Share By Kyle Austin I took in the “How Net Content will be Monetized Round Table (Wedding Table) at Fortune Brainstorm: TECH this morning. Hosted by Fortune’s Adam Lashinsky the round table included Greg Waldorf, CEO of eHarmony; Neil Ashe, President of CBS Interactive; Robert Glaser, CEO of RealNetworks and Mike Volpi, CEO of Joost. Here […]


What’s In My Pocket at Brainstorm:TECH

Share By Kyle Austin I was out socializing on the patio at Brainstorm: TECH last night when Michal Lev-Ram of Fortune snuck up on me to ask me what I had in my pocket. On a patio full of “top-executives” I obviously had the least cool technology in my jeans. Somehow my broken Motorola Q […]