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Connected Handshake

Posted by Handshake 2.0 at 8:03 AM on November 18, 2009:

Andrew Cohill, Design Nine, and Barry Welch, FurnishWEB

Andrew Cohill of Design Nine, a broadband connectivity expert, and Barry Welch, developer of FurnishWEB, a connectivity portal for the home furnishings industry, share a Handshake 1.0.

Design Nine provides visionary broadband network design and engineering services to clients, communities, and regions throughout the U.S.  To learn more, you can read the Design Nine blog, Technology Futures, follow Design Nine on Twitter @DesignNine, read about Design Nine in Design Nine Announces The Wired Road, and read about Design Nine's founder, Andrew Cohill, on Handshake 2.0 in Clicking Back Over the Years - Most Wired Town in America and Most Wired Town: Building Community One Click at a Time.

FurnishWEB is an online data management system for the home furnishings industry that expedites and systematizes order processing and product inventory tracking to optimize partnerships between manufacturers, dealers, sales representatives, staff, and customers. You can follow FurnishWEB on Twitter, become a FurnishWEB fan on Facebook, and read Barry Welch's blog.  FurnishWEB is an enterprise of Internet Databases, a custom web development company founded in 1999, located in the Virginia Tech Corporate Research Center, Blacksburg, Virginia.


It's still who you know!  You're invited to send us an image of you shaking hands with someone you know - a Handshake 1.0 - and we'll consider posting it in on Handshake 2.0.

Here are all the Handshake 1.0's on Handshake 2.0 and here's how to get your Handshake 1.0 on Handshake 2.0.


Design Nine and Internet Databases are clients of Handshake 2.0.


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