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About Us

Corante is a leading news service on technology that's read by many of the sector's top entrepreneurs, executives, funders, followers and thinkers. An Internet-based information service that delivers targeted news coverage of multiple verticals via both its website and email newsletters, Corante is also helping to pioneer the emergence of blogging as an influential and important form of reportage and commentary.

Every day our expert editors scan hundreds of sources - finding, distilling and linking to the news stories, magazine articles, reports and related resources that truly inform and provide the context, perspective and analysis professionals need.

Corante cuts through the clutter to help its readers stay up to date, turn the raw data of news into knowledge, find sector intelligence they need to know about and save time.

OUR NAME
We take our name - some inspiration too - from the enterprising British printer Nathaniel Butter. His Corante - which first hit the streets of London on September 24, 1621 - is widely considered to be the first English language newspaper. Corante 2.0 launched some 379 years later. Pronunciation: [core-AUNT]

STAFF & CONTRIBUTORS

Founder, Editor & Publisher

Hylton Jolliffe held various senior roles for magazine, book and Internet publishing ventures before starting Corante in 2000. He led the conceptualization, buildout and launch of AsiaSource; was a senior editor for Wolff New Media, an early New York-based new media venture; and was deputy editor and publisher of a magazine publishing startup in Hong Kong.

Senior Editors

Dominic Basulto received a bachelor's degree from Princeton and an MBA in Finance from Yale School of Management. Prior to business school, Dominic covered the banking industry for the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, where he had the opportunity to work on client engagements at venture capital subsidiaries of Citicorp and Chase. He also has extensive emerging markets experience, having worked as a consultant and corporate finance adviser in Moscow. His particular niche interest is private equity financing of Russian start-ups.

Joe Brockmeier earned a bachelor's degree in English and communications from Truman State University in Kirksville, Missouri. He now lives in Denver, Colorado where he works as a freelance technology journalist. His work has appeared in Linux Magazine, UnixReview.com, IBM developerWorks, ComputorEdge, Enterprise Linux Magazine and Sys Admin. He has also co-written several books on Linux and Open Source technology, including Linux Routing (which was recently translated into Russian).

William H. Hobbs is a freelance business journalist and newspaper columnist in Nashville, Tennessee where he specializes in covering business, economics and analyzing state government spending and tax policy. A frequent contributor to Business Nashville magazine, he has written often about e-commerce, technology, healthcare, government regulation and other topics. Being a Nashvillian, he also worked for a time as an editor at a country music magazine. He also helped found NetContent, Inc., a news aggregator that lives on despite the dot-com bust.

Robert Schmidt is a Los Angeles-based writer who writes on business and computer-related issues. He also creates articles and marketing materials for clients. His work has appeared in Byte, Business Start-Ups, Smart Computing, the Rotarian and the Los Angeles Times. He has a BA from Occidental College in mathematics and an MBA and MA from the University of Chicago.

Praveen Tipirneni received a bachelor's degree from MIT in Mechanical Engineering with Molecular Biology. He then received his MD from McGill University and his MBA from the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School of Business in healthcare finance. He is currently a corporate development manager for a publicly held biotech.

Gary Wimsett lives in Tallahassee, Florida and has a J.D. from the University of Florida, where he served as an editor of the Florida Law Review. He has extensive public policy experience and recently served as the telecommunications advisor to the Florida Senate Committee on Regulated Industries. In addition to an active appellate practice, Mr. Wimsett writes on a variety of issues with an emphasis on law and policy.

Weblog Columnists

Ad Hominem: As a business analyst, consultant, journalist, author and speaker, Christopher Locke has worked in the technology sphere for two decades, from artificial intelligence to document management to the social dynamics of networked systems. He started the first Internet business publication for CMP in 1992, and launched the first web-based e-commerce system in 1994 with partners such as Ogilvy & Mather, EDS, Dun & Bradstreet and Andersen Consulting (now Accenture). He co-authored  The Cluetrain Manifesto: The End of Business as Usual, wrote Gonzo Marketing: Winning Through Worst Practices, was listed by the Financial Times as one the world's top-50 business thinkers, and is included in Business: The Ultimate Resource.

Amateur Hour: Strategist, product developer, software manager, respected blogger, and general tech evangelist, Jonathan Peterson bridges the gaps between technology, creativity, and business savvy. He's worked for BellSouth, IBM and CNN, among others, and his expertise covers all aspects of the development of intelligent business solutions, from legacy system integration and e-business process re-engineering to the creation and market positioning of award-winning multimedia products. In his future: a possible book on this subject...

The Bottom Line: Arnold Kling founded HomeFair.com, one of the very first commercial websites, in 1994 (he separated from Homefair in January 2000 after it was sold to Homestore); is author of Under the Radar: Starting Your Internet Business without Venture Capital; and is an essayist. He has a Ph.D. in economics from MIT.

Copyfight: Donna Wentworth has been at Harvard Law School's Berkman Center, where she's author and editor of The Filter, since its founding in 1997. She's become increasingly interested in the impact of technology on social and cultural life, and recently began writing a book on the subject. Previously she worked for Harvard's Office for Information Technology and was a Scholarly Books representative at the Dartmouth Bookstore. Donna graduated from Colby College and later completed additional coursework in English Literature and Critical Theory at Georgetown University.

Ideaflow: Renee Hopkins is Director of Secondary Research at Decision Analyst, Inc., a marketing research and marketing consulting firm in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. She also edits Decision Analyst's resource website, SecondaryData.com. Previously she worked on both the features and business news desks for The Dallas Morning News and was managing editor at D Magazine, the Dallas city magazine. She has also taught freshman composition at the University of Texas-Arlington, where she received an M.A. in the Rhetoric program.

Living Code: Richard B. Gayle III is a medical researcher, biotech veteran of two decades, and writer. He worked at Immunex as a senior scientist, as well as penned their internal newsletter, from 1986 through 2002 after graduating from CalTech, getting his Ph.D. from Rice University and doing a post-doctoral stint at the University of Colorado at Boulder. While at Immunex, he worked in a multitude of areas, including molecular biology, biochemistry, immunology, protein chemistry, structural biology, bioinformatics and computational biology, taking recombinant proteins from the cloning stage, through heterologous expression in bacterial or mammalian systems, purification and examination of the proteinís activity in animal models.

Microcontent News: John Hiler is co-founder of WebCrimson, a software consulting firm based in Manhattan. WebCrimson does website consulting implementing its microCMS for clients like VC firms, book authors, non-profits, musicians, etc. John also helped build Xanga.com, one of the largest weblog community sites. In a past life, John worked at Mercer Management Consulting, where he focused on internet-based strategy and marketing projects for Fortune 500 companies. He got his BA from Dartmouth College.

Moore's Lore: Dana Blankenhorn has been a business journalist for nearly 20 years and has covered the online world professionally since 1985. He founded the "Interactive Age Daily" for CMP Media, has written for the Chicago Tribune, Advertising Age, and dozens of other publications over the years, and has recently published The Blankenhorn Effect: How to Put Moore's Law to Work for You.

Advisory Board

Raj Gupta - Founder, president and CEO of YadaYada, a telecommunications service provider for PDAs. Formerly a member of the Merchant Banking and High Yield Group at CIBC Oppenheimer Corp., Raj has played a significant role in the formation of a number of large Internet, wireless and wireline companies and also worked at Chase Securities. He graduated from Trinity College as a President's Scholar with a BA in Computer Engineering and Economics.

Brian Martin - Brian is currently the Managing Partner, Executive Director of Account Services and Business Development of Bozell, a leading international advertising agency. Brian has also been the CEO of Qtopics, an online consumer polling company, and headed up a brand consultancy called Eggtooth. Prior to that, Brian had 15 years of advertising brand management experience at agencies such as Deutsch, Kirshenbaum Bond & Partners and DDB Needham.

Glenn McGee - Professor at the University of Pennsylvania and the editor-in-chief of the American Journal of Bioethics. He has consulted for many state, national and private committees, commissions and legislative bodies, is a member of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration Molecular and Genetic Devices Panel and is Senior Research Fellow of the Kennedy Institute for Ethics at Georgetown University, an Associate of the Ethics Institute at Dartmouth College, and Senior Fellow of the Leonard Davis Institute for Health Care Economics. He has also authored two books and more than 100 essays and articles, and edited several books and special journal issues.

Sreenath Sreenivasan - A professor at Columbia's Graduate School of Journalism, Sree is the founding administrator of the Online Journalism Awards. Sree also works as a freelance journalist, writing for Time Digital, Business Week, The New York Times, India Today and Rolling Stone among others. His "Tech Guru" segments appear every Thursday morning in New York City on WABC-7 and on the 7online.com
Web site. Visit his website at www.sree.net.













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