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David Thomas, CEO at Evident, is an accomplished cybersecurity entrepreneur. He has a history of introducing innovative technologies, establishing them in the market, and driving growth – with each early-stage company emerging as the market leader.

It is possible, providing you have an extra 35 grand, to book an overnight package called “You Can’t Buy Me Love … But You Can Try!” at the Ritz-Carlton Battery Park, which includes a private chef, rivers of Champagne, a helicopter ride around Manhattan, a “bath butler” to prepare a jacuzzi-for-two, pillowcases monogrammed with your initials, and, as if you needed a nightcap at that point, a customized fireworks show right over the Statue of Liberty easily viewed from the bay window of your penthouse suite. “We don’t sell that package every night,” says Kevin Schiesz with a conspiratorial smile and a glance upward towards

Last week, Norcent added e-tailing functionality to their Web site by opening an online store. LCD TVs, including the new VION series, digital cameras and flash memory products are among the online offerings. A 30-day, money-back guarantee applies to all products. Said Norcent CEO Jennifer Long, “Our new e-store creates another option for consumers to buy our products, making them accessible to more people than ever before.” You can visit the Norcent online store at www.norcent.net

in many ways, the “future” as we pictured it several decades ago never arrived. There are no Skypads—such as the home George Jetson, Jane his wife, daughter Judy and son Elroy lived in (Yes, there’s the space station, but it’s for astronauts only). There are no compact space cars or jet packs to tool around the galaxy, either. Yet, as imaginative as that cartoon series was, even its creators couldn’t have imagined some of the products available today. Personal computers, digital cameras, HDTV and so on, really are products of the future, now available at retail. But with the exception of the internet, most

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