An Interview with Inveneo

Tuesday, September 19, 2006 is a nonprofit that connects the most cut-off people in the world–they provide communication technology to people in developing regions or disaster zones which lack the infrastructure for normal telephone and internet connections. Their connections have helped rural villages spawn business, hurricane victims get aid, even helped the sick cure themselves by talking with doctors. We’ve mentioned them before, and Wired also has a good article on them. Tomorrow they will be presenting at HumaniNet’s Sim Day, and last week I got the chance to speak with Inveneo’s COO, Laura Mellow. Here’s a summary of the interview (quotes are not word-for-word):

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