Giving Homeless a Voice (Mail)

Homeless no longer has to mean being phoneless, too. Several companies are sponsoring Denver’s new Community Voicemail Project, which gives homeless people access to free phone service and voice mail. “Having a simple phone number, something most of us take for granted, can be the key to survival and self-sufficiency for people in crisis or transition,” says Denver Mayor John Hickenlooper.

The initiative was developed by Multi-Link and sponsored by private Colorado companies including Faegre & Benson LLP, Inflow Inc., Liberty Bell Telecom and Metzger Associates.

The goal is to help the Denver homeless population stay in touch with potential employers and case workers, and to find accommodations and medical care.

Hokey Smokes!

Source: Classic Media Inc.

Presto! iFone’s got new wireless content based on the animated series, “Rocky & Bullwinkle & Friends.” Entertainment developer and publisher iFone, along with Classic Media and Jay Ward Productions, is creating games, screen savers and ring tones based on many of Bullwinkle Studios’ franchises including Rocky & Bullwinkle, Boris & Natasha, Sherman & Peabody and Dudley Do-Right.

Rocky & Bullwinkle & Friends debuted in 1959. It was a satirical show following the adventures of Rocky, the fast-talking, flying squirrel and his friend Bullwinkle the moose, in their battles against resident villain Boris Badenov and his partner Natasha Fatale.


“Inefficiency should not be subsidized.”

- Broadwing CEO David R. Huber in his keynote address at the CompTel/ASCENT Convention & Expo, commenting on the Bell’s high operational costs as artificial reasons for raising wholesale prices.

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Broadwing Communications LLC
Faegre & Benson LLP
iFone Ltd.
Inflow Inc.
Liberty Bell Telecom
Metzger Associates

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