From Jim Gilliam's blog archives

August 3, 2000 9:45 PM

Motley Fool: The 29-year-old Dayton will continue his "day job" at eCompanies, raising questions of if and how Dayton's two jobs might converge. As an incubator for developing and investing in Internet start-ups, eCompanies is a magnet for the dreams and schemes of Internet entrepreneurs. And it is just such new ventures, with presumably novel or at least superior approaches to end-user services, that in combination with EarthLink's Internet access and good reputation could help differentiate the ISP's utility-like connectivity service. Dayton is known for his creativity and may well find synergies between his two corporate offspring.

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