small clicker world

  • I got an update this week from Gavin Barber in NYC.  I hadn’t heard from Gavin since he’d left DoubleClick, but I literally bumped into him at Rob Grossberg’s sendoff party last summer (Rob is now at Visible World). Gavin, who used to work on the DoubleClick Network team, is currently at Dynamic Logic
    but will soon be heading off to Boston University for an MBA this
    fall.  He’s pretty excited about the program for non-profit
    management, which sounds like an exciting career shift.  He even
    managed to get a scholarship which is always nice, especially when
    you’re heading into the non-profit sector!
  • Rich Gustavson
    is working on some projects that is
    bringing him to the San Francisco area in the coming weeks.  Rich
    was most recognized for hosting Friday cubicle happy hour parties and
    keeping a blender and random libations in his “files.”  He also
    helped a bit with the Technology Group but left the engineering/Remedy
    development team in
    December 2005.  He is now working for a Remedy consultant firm in
    Wilmington NC.  While he’s in town we’ve got plans to visit Alcatraz
    and wine tour a la limo style, so you could say he’s in good
    hands.  I think we’ll have to post some photos of his trip.  (Rachael)
  • While we’re on the subject of DTG (DoubleClick Technology Group), Hugh Mannering who recently graduated is at Instinet in the thick of Times Square leading their Financial Systems Group.