(email@example.com) is editor-in-chief of personalization.com, editor/publisher of the Web zine Entropy Gradient Reversals, and president of Entropy Web Consulting in Boulder, Colorado. He launched Internet Business Report for CMP Publications in 1993, was President of MecklerWeb Corporation in 1994, Editor and Publisher of the Net Editors segment on internetMCI in 1995, and Program Director for Online Community Development in IBM's Internet division in 1996.
He has written extensively for Forbes, IEEE Internet Computing, Internet World, Information Week, Byte, Network Computing, Microsoft's Internet Magazine, the Public Relations Society of America's PR Tactics journal, and The Industry Standard. His work has been reported on by The New York Times, The Financial Times, The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, Fortune, Business Week, The Economist, Advertising Age, Inter@ctive Week, and NBC Nightly News.
He has never recanted anything.
(firstname.lastname@example.org) is the editor of JOHO (Journal of the Hyperlinked Organization), an independent Web zine on the sometimes subtle effects of the Web on the way businesses work. He is a regular commentator on National Public Radio's All Things Considered and a columnist for KMWorld and Intranet Design Magazine. He has written for a wide variety of magazines, including Wired, The New York Times, Smithsonian and TV Guide, and gives talks around the world on what the Web is doing to business He was one of the instigators of Open Text's transformation into a pioneering intranet application company.
He is on a bunch of industry boards and committees, including AIIM's Emerging Technology Advisory Group, the Seybold Conference Advisory Board, the KMWorld 99 Advisory Board, the Xplor Marketspace Advisory Board and Instinctive Technology's Advisory Board. He has a Ph.D. in philosophy that entitles him to affect an air of smug obscurity whenever he chooses.
He is also the one-person strategic marketing company, Evident Marketing, helping high-tech companies figure out what their products can be and how they can talk about them.
He lives in Boston with his family and really hates writing about himself, especially in the third person.
(email@example.com) a consultant, author, and entrepreneur, spent 22 years as a reporter, columnist, bureau chief and Washington economics editor at The Wall Street Journal. From 1995 to 1999 he wrote the Journal’s "Front Lines" column, a weekly case study on the New Economy. A graduate of the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University, he is also author of The New Pioneers: The Men and Women Who Are Transforming the Workplace and Marketplace, an Amazon.com Top 10 bestseller even before its official release by the publisher. His earlier books—Hard Landing, the definitive account of commercial air travel in the post-deregulation era, and Oil & Honor, an 80's tale of takeover intrigue—were elected as notable books of the year by The New York Times Book Review.
He currently offers New Economy solutions to corporate clients and is establishing an early-stage technology incubator in Pittsburgh, PA to foster the commercial convergence of the life sciences and information sciences. He also serves as co-faculty of the New England Complex Systems Institute in Cambridge, Mass. He is married, has three children, and had completed three marathons, all very slowly.