Interviewed by Business 2.0 Magazine, later chopped off by the Editor
I was confused, yet excited on the evening of 21st October, 2006. The reason was that an editor-at-large of Business 2.0, "Eric Shonfeld (Eric Shonfeld)":http://business2.blogs.com/business2blog/ will interview me. Though it was not for some high profile work or anything like that but the very fact of being interviewed by "Business 2.0 (Business 2.0)":http://business2.blogs.com/ was enough to give me the *hibadi-gibadi* feeling. Eric called me on my Mobile (I think he called me from his hotel room somewhere in London) and he started off casually making me feel extremely easy answering back. It was a quick one which lasted for just about 15 minutes or so. The interview was a small part of a big article that was supposed to come out in November of Business 2.0 Print Magazine and of course the Online version. Unfortunately, I learnt that my interview along with some other part was chopped off. There goes my luck! Anyway, I think I am not yet *that-good-enough* to gaurantee such good things. I will try to strive further ahead towards my goal with the hope that more better things are in store in the near future.
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* Erick Schonfeld - As editor-at-large, Erick Schonfeld contributes to the editorial development of Business 2.0 magazine, writes feature stories, runs the daily Business 2.0 blog, and pens Future Boy, a biweekly online column, from New York. Prior to Time Inc.'s acquisition of Business 2.0, Schonfeld was an editor-at-large for eCompany Now and a contributing editor for Fortune, where he wrote about technology and investing over a seven-year period. In 1999, Schonfeld won the prize for best information technology submission at London's Business Journalist of the Year Awards, and in 2001 he won the prize for best space submission at the Aerospace Journalist of the Year Awards in Paris. In 1996 and 1997, Schonfeld was recognized in the TJFR Business News Reporter's list of the "best and brightest financial journalists under the age of 30." He appears regularly on CNBC, CNN, and NY1, and is a frequent speaker at industry conferences. Schonfeld graduated magna cum laude from Cornell University in 1993.