Swamp Fox: 2002 Top 50 Articles Most Interesting to Readers

Swamp Fox and the Carolina Crescent Coalition exist to help create awareness
and build relationships for knowledge organizations and initiatives across
South Carolina. During 2002, there were around 2100 postings from approximately
650 organizations. Below are the 50 articles from 2002 that were of the most
interest to the 1400 subscribers to Swamp Fox. The articles demonstrate the
rich variety of activity broadly distributed across the state.

For more information about the Carolina Crescent Coalition, including how to
join the 2003 Steering Committee, go to http://CarolinaCrescent.net .

I hope you and your family have a healthy and prosperous 2003.

John Warner

2002 Top 50 Articles Most Interesting to Readers

Elliott Davis LLP to Recognizes Top 25 South Carolina's Fastest-Growing
How to make Columbia a high-tech hub
Ernst & Young Is Seeking South Carolina's Most Outstanding Eentrepreneurs
Clemson Inc.: Upstate's research university strengthening ties to industry
Conita bought by Avaya
Charleston makes high-tech pitch with digital corridor
Clemson physicist leads five-year $1.38 million NIH research project.
Syneractive files for bankruptcy
iOnosphere Receives $1.25 Million of Equity Capital From Trelys Venture Partners
Front Door Communications Invests $150 Million, Adds 1,600 New Jobs In
Lancaster County
Columbia IT Council Announces Palmetto Pillar Award Winners
Columbia Tech Firms Hit Hard
Carolina Crescent Coalition Meeting May 21, 2002
YourVitamins, Inc. Utilizes New Technology From Capsugel Division of Pfizer,
Inc., For Successful Dietary
CropTech To Relocate To Charleston Area Of South Carolina
Charleston Angel Partners meeting Tuesday, July 2
Information Technologies Matchmaker Trade Delegation
Announcing Charleston Angel Partners Board
Trelys Closes Venture Capital Fund and Commences Investment Activities
Local tech guru James Clark is preparing to launch a new business, NextUp
Syneractive and VC3 Join Forces to Build Strong Foundation
Metaprise Technologies, Inc. Acquires KnowledgeSentry
Charleston Digital Corridor expands with two new tech companies
Michelin rolling along
Charleston: A Sampling of Area's Medical Opportunities
Larry Blackwell pilots Datastream through the storm
Innovision Technology Forums 2002
Palmetto Institute picks director
Kyrus names Kem president
Watermark Advisors, LLC - New SC Mergers & Acquisitions Firm
California software firm joins Charleston Digital Corridor
Palmetto Institute: Changes in politics key to progress
Foxfire Helps Introduce Shop-Floor Control Software for Apparel Retailers,
Automated Trading Desk celebrates opening of state-of-the-art headquarters
Partnership Building Workshop August 1
Patent decision gives Affinity big boost
GenPhar on the verge of success
Fluor Corp. sells software operation to Integrys
Development officials want to make the Midlands the state's high-tech.
Pirelli lays off workers in S.C.
Scottish Electronics Company to Locate North American Operations in Greenville
Midlands Business and Technology Community Sponsors Open Forum on South
Carolina Technology Initiatives
Simpsonville woman takes career online witn BuddysLot.com
Jim Self Center on the Future seeks better economy for S.C.
Charleston and Greenville-Spartanburg-Anderson ranked in the top 20 small metro
areas to start and grow a company
Lucent won't build plant near Blythewood
DDM Foods To Establish Operations In Simpsonville
Critics say plan to finance high-tech firms puts all the risk on taxpayers
South Carolina Investors Network meeting May 16, 2002
Software Firm Tramco Picks Charleston

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