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Paul Kamp
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Paul Kamp has spent his career making business relationships work
Paul Kamp has spent his career making business relationships work

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I'm listening to Big Show Unfiltered Live on TuneIn. #RealRadio
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An excellent article on changes in innovation that we have seen in the last 30 years and what investors look for now.
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Radio in Crisis panel at BEA in Las Vegas.
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All but $100,000 paid back and there are a good number of companies up and operational in Providence.  Seems like a good investment in my book.
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The Pageants at Maggie Mae's rooftop stage. Listen on TuneIn broadcast by Presskit.to.
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An interesting article on how many voters are feeling disenfranchised.  Neither party has harnessed the anger over SOPA/PIPA so I suspect that we will be adding to the number of voters that feel disenfranchised.
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A nice piece this morning on Morning Edition on the petition to enable unlocking your cellphones.  Or alternatively, how unlocking the cellphone you own can land you in jail . . .

http://www.npr.org/2013/02/20/172466684/why-unlocking-a-cellphone-could-land-user-in-jail
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A different way to skin the cat.
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A year ago I asked my friends to help fight the SOPA/PIPA battle.  Now I ask people to fight the modification to the DMCA that says I can not unlock my cellphone.  While I have not unlocked mine I think that as the owner of the phone it should not be illegal for me to do so.

Please go over and sign the petition if you agree, we need 100,000 signatures.

https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/make-unlocking-cell-phones-legal/1g9KhZG7
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An excellent blog referred by +russ roberts and his econtalk podcast.  If you get a chance you should listen to this discussion.  Basically wall street almost imploded, we bailed them out and yet nothing has changed.  Too big to fail is even too "bigger" to fail.

This need to be fixed.
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