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Meeting Jeff Pulver in DC

Jeff Pulver and Shashi
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Jeff Pulver likes the title "Technology Anthropologist ". I had heard of him through and his involvement in Podcamp Boston. When I spoke to Chris Brogan about the old irc days he mentioned Jeff Pulver as a great expert on the subject. He is active on Facebook and Twitter and always thinking of something new. A group of DC twitter folks met him for diner at Chef Geoffs in DC on feb 6th. Jeff told us some intersting stories including the FCC's Pulver Order.

As I learnt more I got to know that he has been involved in the Internet/IP communications and innovation arena since 1994 . People consider him among the one of the true pioneers of the VoIP industry and a leader in the emerging TV on the Net industry

Jeff Pulver is the Chairman and Founder of, and one of the true pioneers of the VoIP industry and a leader in the emerging TV on the Net industry. Leveraging well over a decade of hands-on experience in

I had read a post on Shel Israel's blog that Pulver Tv will go 24/7

My friend Jeff Hibbard got the inspiration to be a mobile blogger from Jeff.

One of these days when he is less busy I hope to have a good conversations with him and take some tips on successfully engaging in the Network Solutions Social media strategy.


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