View from the Top Resource Page


Salon Staff
November 2, 1999 4:03PM (UTC)

A COMPLETE LIST OF VIEW FROM THE TOP PROFILEES

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Rob Burgess
The accidental entertainer
By John Geirland

Rob Burgess wasn't chasing cartoons -- but with Macromedia's Flash and Shockwave enabling a faux broadband experience, he's suddenly tight with Stan Lee.

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www.macromedia.com/

www.shockwave.com

www.macromedia.com/macromedia/proom/corpinfo/bios/rkb.html

www.macromedia.com/software/flash/





Nicholas Butterworth
The music man
By Janelle Brown

MTVi's Nicholas Butterworth
says he wants the audience to do the programming.

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http://www.mtv.com/

http://www.vh1.com/

http://www.sonicnet.com/front/index.jhtml





Greg Carpenter
Gambling on the Webcast
By John Geirland

Can a Microsoft veteran make the Digital Entertainment Network sing?

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DEN

Greg Carpenter bio

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Bob
Davis

Brand builder
By Scott Kirsner
Lycos chief executive Bob
Davis argues that Yahoo's single-brand strategy is the Web star's Achille's heel.

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http://www.lycos.com/

http://www.lycos.com/info/





Steve
Davis

Bill Gates' other CEO
ByPatrizia DiLucchio
Steve Davis' early career as a human rights attorney sharpened his skills for running the Corbis digital image archive.

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http://www.corbis.com/

http://www.corbisimages.com/




Mark Ewing
Linux at the bat
By Andrew Leonard
Red Hat's Marc Ewing steps up to the plate against Microsoft in the billion-dollar free-software ballgame.

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Linux Online

Red Hat's Management Team

Guide to the Linux Operating System

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Dan Finnigan
Local explosion
By Janelle Brown
Dan Finnigan, president of Knight Ridder New Media, talks about how "the No. 1 newspaper chain on the Internet" is destined to be the king of online local news.

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Real Cities

Real Cities press release

SMARTpages

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Ellen Hancock
Stoking the Net's growth
By Julie Polito
Industry veteran Ellen Hancock talks about Windows NT, glass ceilings -- and how her company, Exodus, keeps its vast server farms humming.

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Transcript of Ellen Hancock's NAB Speech

Bloomberg/Women.com 30 Index

Ellen Hancock's Silicon Valley Webgrrls presentation

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Mark Hogan
GM's e-mobile magnate
By Janelle Brown
Mark Hogan is in the "Web on wheels" driver's seat, trying to put GM on a collision course with Gen X.

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EV1

About OnStar

Mark Hogan bio




Tom Jermoluk
Broadband warrior
By Mark Gimein
Tom Jermoluk takes on everyone from America Online to the local phone company in his bid to connect with the consumer.

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@Home

Excite

Tom Jermoluk bio




Philippe Kahn
Thinking outside the cube
By Sean Donahue
Philippe Kahn programmed one of the first personal computers, now he's developing wireless Net technology that could unchain people from their PCs.

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24 Hours of Democracy

Philippe Kahn bio

News about Starfish Software




John Koehler
High-speed Net access that's out of this world
By Mark Compton
John Koehler retired from a career at Hughes Electronics and the CIA to build fast Net connections on satellites already in orbit.

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http://www.tachyon.net/

http://www.tachyon.net/about/index.html

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Paul Matteucci
"Competitive strategy is not an end in itself"
By Mark Gimein
HearMe's Paul Matteucci talks about the future, the Stanford mafia and what Silicon millionaires are going to do with their money.

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http://hearme.com/

http://hearme.com/company/about/




Jim Moloshok
Prime time online
By Susan Kuchinskas
Jim Moloshok just launched the multimillion-dollar Entertaindom portal. Can he create the successor to network TV?

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24 Hours of Democracy

Philippe Kahn bio

News about Starfish Software




Andrew and Thomas Parkinson
Market makers
By Andy Dehnart
Andrew and Thomas Parkinson opened the first online grocery store a decade ago. Now they're reveling in a flood of Peapod competitors.

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http://www.peapod.com/fcgi-bin/fetch.fcg?msgid=1999

http://www.peapod.com/fcgi-bin/fetch.fcg?msgid=5064




Sunil Paul
The spam-master
By Andrew Leonard
Sunil Paul, CEO of Brightmail, explains what it takes to be a two-time winner in the Internet economy.

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Brightmail, Inc.

About Brightmail

Sendmail.org




David Perry
Wired science
By Mark Compton
David Perry made Chemdex, an online marketplace for lab supplies, a business-to-business darling. What are his plans for the health-care sector?

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http://www.chemdex.com/

http://www.chemdex.com/about_chemdex/executives.html</a




Alain Rossman
M is for mobile
By Mark Compton
"M-commerce" is coming, says wireless king Alain Rossmann, who already buys books with two clicks on his wireless phone.

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http://www.phone.com/index.html

http://www.phone.com/company/index.html
http://www.wapforum.com/




Robert Tercek
Hold the phone
By John Geirland
Robert Tercek and PacketVideo think media covergence is headed for your cell phone.

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http://www.packetvideo.com/

http://www.qlinks.net/quicklinks/converge.htm




Jack Valenti
Studio Technician
by Damien Cave
MPAA president Jack Valenti has never downloaded an MP3, but he could have a huge impact on the future of online entertainment.

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http://www.mpaa.org/

http://www.mpaa.org/jack/content.htm




Maynard Webb
Mr. Fix-it
By Sean Donahue
After a summer of outages, eBay invited Maynard Webb to be its chief of technologies and shore up the auction site's systems.

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Online auction directory

eBay




Maggie
Wilderotter

Tuned in to TV
By Janelle Brown
Wink CEO Maggie
Wilderotter is a confessed TVaholic. She's not interested in interactive TV that pushes couch potatoes onto the web.

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http://www.wink.com/

http://www.wink.com/contents/management.shtml


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