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Current interviews Joel Barret who specializes in enterprise wireless network solutions at Cisco Systems, Inc., Adam Kovitz, Editor of the National Networker and Executive Director of the Relationship Networking Industry Association , John Dierckx, Managing Director of Dierckx and Associates LTD.
Most Recently we completed an interview with Doc Searls, One of the four authors of The Cluetrain Manifesto, the iconoclastic web site that became the best-selling book in 2000 and still sells around the world in many languages. Doc also has an extensive bio of which some is provided below:
- Senior editor for Linux Journal, the original (and still the leading) Linux publication.
- Proprietor of Doc Searls’ IT Garage, a sister site to Linux Journal.
- Research Fellow at the Center for Information Technology & Society at UC Santa Barbara. There my current focus is on work toward a book titled The Giant Zero.
- Fellow with the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard University. There I head ProjectVRM.
- One of the four authors of The Cluetrain Manifesto, the iconoclastic web site that became the best-selling book in 2000 and still sells around the world in many languages.
- A radio veteran from way back (that’s where the “Doc” nickname came from). I’m a regular on the Gillmor Gang podcast and on Steve Gillmor’s Attention Deficit Theatre (which has no URL yet, but will). I also park the occasional personal podcast at doc.searls.com.
- A marketing, PR and advertising veteran. Most notably I co-founded Hodskins Simone and Searls, which was born in North Carolina in the late ’70s and grew in the late ’80s and early ’90s to become one of Silicon Valley’s top advertising and public relations agencies. (HS&S was absorbed by Publicis Technology in 1998.)
- A lifelong writer whose byline has appeared in OMNI, Wired, PC Magazine, The Standard, The Sun, Upside, The Globe & Mail, Release 1.0 and lots of other places, including (of course) Linux Journal. Some archives are collected at Reality 2.0, which is at my personal portal, Searls.com, which is also home to my consultancy, The Searls Group.
- A frequent speaker on any and all the above subjects. Here is my profile (now getting real old and in need of updating) at the agency that handles my gigs, Leading Authorities.
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