The internet is broken | Mark Walsh | TEDxMidAtlantic





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Published on Nov 8, 2009

Mark Walsh is an entrepreneur, venture capitalist, and political activist. In the 90s he was a corporate officer at AOL and founded VerticalNet, a company that had a $13 billion market cap at its peak. In 2002 Mark got into politics, becoming the head of internet operations for the John Kerry for President Campaign, then founding CEO of Air America Radio, the liberal talk-radio network that brought you Al Franken.

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