Graham Hill is an icon of the contemporary eco-movement; he launched TreeHugger in August 2004. Today, it has become the most-frequented green lifestyle site on the Internet. Hill is currently Vice President of Interactive at Discovery Communications, which purchased TreeHugger in August 2007. With knowledge of eco-friendly lifestyles in the domestic sphere, Hill is knowledgeable in the connected home’s potential to inspire individuals to live more sustainably.
Dan Kantor is the VP of Product at Rhapsody International. Previously, he founded ex.fm, a web browser extension that indexes MP3 files for future playback as users browse websites. Prior to that he founded Streampad, a social music service acquired by AOL in 2008. Before that he spent time at Delicious, Yahoo and Microsoft. Dan holds a Bachelor's degree in Psychology from the University of Michigan and a Master's degree from ITP.
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