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Mark Evans asks the question, wondering how his insights of death of TV and Hollywood, are rehashed views from the past. Gilder resurfaced at the AlwaysOn conference hoping to pull a Jason Giambi type combeack. (Paul has more, in his post, The Madness of King George.) […]

gilderMark Evans asks the question, wondering how his insights of death of TV and Hollywood, are rehashed views from the past. Gilder resurfaced at the AlwaysOn conference hoping to pull a Jason Giambi type combeack. (Paul has more, in his post, The Madness of King George.) I agree with Mark, who writes, “he reality, however, is Gilder has already enjoyed his 15 minutes of fame but like many one-time high-flying entrepreneurs, he’s trying to reformat an old message rather than develop a new take on the world.” His 15-minutes are over. My feeling about him – he is a bit of both. (You can read all about him, in Broadbandits: Inside the $750 Billion Telecom Heist!)

  1. Thomas Hirsch Monday, July 25, 2005

    You can question Gilder online tomorrow, July 26, at 1pmET. Link –

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/discussion/2005/07/22/DI2005072201591.html?referrer=email

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