Bill Davidow Examines Benefits And Unforeseen Consequences Of The Internet In His Book Over Connected

Bill Davidow, author of OVER CONNECTED

Bill Davidow has been a high-technology industry executive and venture capital investor for more than thirty years, having worked at managerial positions at Intel Corp., Hewlett Packard, and General Electric.

He is now an active advisor to Mohr Davidow Ventures, a venture capital firm.

An electrical engineer by training, Bill has earned degrees at Dartmouth College, the California Institute of Technology, and Stanford University.

He is the author of Marketing High Technology and a coauthor of Total Customer Service and The Virtual Corporation. His latest book is titled OVERCONNECTED: The Promise and Threat of the Internet.

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