Huge increase in Provo Labs traffic

I\’m not sure what is happening, but Provo Labs web site traffic has jumped dramatically. I\’m guessing it is because we now aggregate all the blogs from all our employees and portfolio companies on our Provo Labs Planet. I just spent 10 minutes reading posts from the last week or so was amazed at how smart all those Provo Labs people are. The coolest thing about reading all these posts is that I work with all these people, and if I want to learn about things they have blogged about I can email them, call them on their cell phone or IM them. It is truly a pleasure to work with people who are constantly learning and sharing what they learn. Tim Sanders (author of \”Love is the Killer App\”) would be proud of the Lovecats that Provo Labs is attracting.

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