Interestingly enough, one of the principals of The Globe recently hit my radar again recently. Following the company’s storied rise and fall. Edward Cespedes, once part of a turnaround team for Drkoop.com, and Michael Egan, founder of Alamo Rent a Car, are trying to revive the now-dead dotcom — as a VoIP business.
Voiceglo, which uses theglobe.com’s old domain name, offers digital voice communications services with either 28K or 56K dial-up or broadband Net access. Customers can use their existing home or office phones. The online history of the new organization dates back to the heady Globe.com days.