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So I'm driving with my daughter and I turn on the radio – a song is playing that she likes, but because it is on "Dad's station" she switches the radio to her station. A few minutes later, the same song comes on her station and she is happy.
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Music is personal. She wants to listen to it on her station, not dads.
Peter Cranstone |
July 09, 2007 at 01:18 PM
paul....a bit of a random post, but your name has surfaced over the yrs a few times and i just wanted to send over a note of introduction. i used to work for ibeam from '00-'04 and if i recall you might know mike himelstein/nils lahr some of the technology brains behind that launch. believe there was some crossover timewise with vstream. i spent 10 yrs bf that with turner broadcasting/time warner and am now with emergememphis, a biz/tech accelerator comprised of 27 companies. im intrigued with all that you have gotten involved with both from an investment and operational standpoint and am wkg to replicate that too!!
anyway, hope to connect up sometime, as ill continue to do the same with you periodically on your blog....thx gwin scott
gwin scott |
July 13, 2007 at 10:51 AM
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