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Dining, SFoodie Talk Nerdy To Me: Wired Founder Launches Chocolate Company

Talk Nerdy To Me: Wired Founder Launches Chocolate Company

The founder of Wired Magazine, Louis Rossetto, is the proud owner of a brand new organic chocolate manufacturing company called Tcho, based out of San Francisco's Pier 17. No word on the pronunciation. With it's weirdly unappetizing promotional techno-speak…
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Wired Frays

The Voice of the Digital Revolution has been sounding muffled lately -- unless you listen to its friendly translators, who say its troops are reorganized and finally ready to conquer the world. Unfortunately, fiscal and managerial reality suggests otherwise. San…
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Rights on the Wire Though some of Wired magazine co-founder Louis Rossetto's recent bad press may be unfair, Phyllis Orrick and Susan Rasky go too far in "Unspun" when they serve up Rossetto as a paragon of anti-statism ("Tangled Up…
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Take an Icon to Lunch The Nov. 24 New York Times Magazine devoted its entire issue (from William Safire at the front struggling manfully not to smirk at the assignment, to novelist Lois Gould's simpering endpaper) to "Heroine Worship." The…
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System Crashing

The futurists at Wired magazine -- the self-described vanguard of the digital revolution aimed at the "most powerful people on the planet today" -- pride themselves on being ahead of the curve. Louis Rossetto, who founded Wired in 1993 with…
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Bouquets and chocolates are still streaming into KCBS from the mayor and the Board of Supervisors in thanks for the station's cost-cutting decision that has reduced ace City Hall reporter Barbara Taylor to four days a week on the beat.…
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