Stewart Alsop II
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Stewart Johonnot Oliver Alsop, Jr. (born January 7, 1952) is a partner in Alsop Louie Partners, a venture capital firm. He was a general partner with New Enterprise Associates in Menlo Park, California. He was an editor-in-chief and executive vice-president of InfoWorld, a weekly magazine for information-technology professionals.
Stewart previously founded Industry Publishing Company, which published a fortnightly newsletter for computer industry insiders and produced the Agenda and Demo conferences for executives of companies in the computer industry. Before 1985, Stewart served in several editorial positions at business and trade magazines, including Inc. Stewart received a Bachelor of Arts in English from Occidental College in 1975.
- "Stewart Alsop has played a number of different roles in this business. Despite his considerable expertise, he works very hard to keep the perspective of the reasonable businessperson asking what exactly does this mean for me. It is very much in the intellectual tradition of his family to speak and write articulately about things in a way that makes sense to ordinary people."
He is famous for his incorrect prediction in March 1991 on the mainframe death, prompting a huge debate:
- "I predict that the last mainframe will be unplugged on March 15, 1996". in the March 1991 issue of Infoworld.
- Rebello, Kathy. (19 February 1990). Stewart Alsop II; Computer industry fears, respects his bite, USA Today, Retrieved December 3, 2010
- --THE ORACLE (Paul Saffo)
- 705 Data Processing System, IBM Archives
- Medium.com: Banned by Tesla
- Medium.com: Dear @ElonMusk, you should be ashamed of yourself