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Msg  29 of 34  at  10/3/2019 3:05:29 PM  by

jayaramkalluri

The following message was updated on 10/3/2019 3:10:38 PM.

Crunchies v. Michael Anderer or Getting to Know stats_for_all/panglozz (1): January 2004

Message ID: 87660
Posted By: atul666
Posted On: 2004-01-30 15:36:00
Subject: Michael Anderer / S2 - IKON connection
Recs: 0

From the bio for Michael Anderer on their site:

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Together with Joel Weinbach and Tim Hudson, he was part of the five-member management team responsible for building a new $550MM Technology Services division for IKON Office Solutions.

Mr. Anderer founded his first company, The Computer Group, Inc., a systems integration and software development firm when he was 22. TCG grew to over 350 employees before being acquired by IKON 11 years later.
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IKON Office Solutions? Didn't Darl work for them for a while, and then turn around and sue them? I recall something about him getting a big settlement on a somewhat dubious claim.

A couple of the other guys seem to have IKON connections too.

Draw your own conclusions. The line for tinfoil hats starts here.


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Message ID: 87666
Posted By: atul666
Posted On: 2004-01-30 15:44:00
Subject: Michael Anderer / S2 - MIT connection
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Here's another juicy bit of this Anderer guy's bio:

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Mr. Anderer graduated from the MIT/Inc. Magazine 3 Year Birthing of Giants program in the class of 1998 and was named Outstanding Young Alumnus for the University of South Carolina Engineering School in 1998.
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I beleive we may have found our MIT rocket scientists. Well, one of them anyway.

A bit of info on the "Birthing of Giants" program can be found here: http://pf.inc.com/articles/2000/07/19767.html

Apparently all you have to do to become a certified MIT rocket scientist is attend a weekend retreat on the MIT campus with a bunch of other young fratboy CEO-wannabes. The article has this to say:

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Sixty entrepreneurs from YEO, MIT Enterprise Forum, and Inc. magazine spent four days together at MIT's Endicott House talking about their experiences, hearing both academic and industry speakers, and sharing time and partying together.
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Sounds like pretty hardcore rocket science to me. I would LOVE to see IBM put this guy on the stand.


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Message ID: 87693
Posted By: silicon4ever
Posted On: 2004-01-30 16:22:00
Subject: Michael Anderer is very busy
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Seems Michael Anderer is also the CEO of Silicon StemCell, same address as S2 (or is S2 then Silicon Stemcell?).
spar.research.sc.edu/pdf/USCRF_Board_Members.pdf


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