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INTERACTIVE: THE PEOPLE AND THEIR POWER: O'DALY, O'CONNELL AND KVAMME: MARK KVAMME

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If Fergus O'Daly is the elder statesman of the Goliaths, Mark Kvamme is the brash, young political operative. But he's no freshman congressman; in terms of experience and reputation, he's leagues ahead.

Age: 36

Display: Mediagenic, with a mane of curly hair and a collection of colorful ties.

Drive: Believes technology will change the world and wants to help do it.

Power: Mac Powerbook, with docking stations at home and office.

Performance: Analyzes patterns and trends; leads by setting goals and encouraging risk-taking.

Networking: Receives vision on trips to Hopi spiritual grounds in Arizona.

Specs: Born with silicon/silver spoon in his mouth as

the son and son-in-law of the founders of National Semiconductor; worked for Apple while earning college degree; founded CKS with another Apple employee.

Features:

nNew all-wired home with server room.

nKnows good cigars and fine dining in Paris.

nQuietly donates one-tenth of his personal income to charity.

Interviews by Alice Z. Cuneo.

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