"Troy Anderson is one of five Americans who have been permitted to train at the Nihon Ki'in (Japanese professional Go academy). A former senior executive with Red Herring Communications and The Industry Standard and a serial entrepreneur, he is currently a principal at the Way of Go, a strategic consultancy, and the managing director of Knowledge Initiatives at the Fannie Mae Foundation in Washington, D.C., where he lives."
Hu: What is the "Japanese Professional Go Academy"? A Google search yields only a link to another copy of the above blurb. If it is the Nihon Ki'in which is meant, then best to say that here where it will be recognized by these readers.
Velobici: Having lived through and survived the boom days at an Internet company, I can attest to both Red Herring having been a physical magazine that you could buy...and many, many of us did. Seems like another life looking back on it. It was very hard to describe to anyone that did not experience it.