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Tom Ilube, Garlik

By davebirch posted Sep 4 2007 at 11:54 PM
[Dave Birch] This week's podcast features Tom Ilube, CEO of garlik. Garlik is a new consumer company pioneering a range of services to help give people "real power over their personal information in the digital world, using semantic web technologies". In this podcast, we'll find out what that means and how garlik will make a living out of it. Tom Ilube was CIO at Egg until 2005, so he knows a thing or to about innovative plays in the consumer space.

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