"Cover Story" piece on Ligature.com, the brainchild of Richard Anderson, a mid-5
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"Cover Story" piece on Ligature.com, the brainchild of Richard Anderson, a mid-50s entrepreneur in Camden who says he has created the fourth media. Anderson plans to create a world-wide network of Community Internet Stations (CIS) , a concept that combines elements of the three traditional media with the Internet's interactivity. On the Ligature site, in addtion to reading news and opinion pieces, a user can also order products, publish a letter or column, and even do online banking. Anderson hopes to sell the software and the CIS strategy to licensees in communities around the world. And former U.S. represenative David Emery has joined the firm and will head up its marketing department. Anderson, who said his new company's wealth will come from a world-wide web of stations, says they're having active discussions now with parties in Wyoming and California. With a related article on other Maine newspapers who maintain a presence on the Internet.
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Davis, Jay, ""Cover Story" piece on Ligature.com, the brainchild of Richard Anderson, a mid-5" (1999). Maine News Index – Maine Times. 3598.
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