It's entitled Thin-Film Solution Is Closer for the Lithium-Ion Battery, and it's in today's paper. Byline is Eric A. Taub. (You may need to register to read the piece. It's a free process.) It's also been picked up by CNET.
Somewhat coincidentally, I find myself in NYC today. So I'll have to snag myself a copy to bring home. Some days, life's just good.
Update, 3:23 p.m. - I got called to do an interview with Report on Business Television. Except I'm in New York. So I ducked out of the conference I'm attending and headed down to the NASDAQ in Times Square. As I write this, I'm sitting in a little studio over the main floor with the big board. It's about as surreal an interview venue as I've ever experienced. Someone pinch me.
Another update - The video of the interview is now available on the ROBTv web site. Click here, then look for the following block:
Oh, and I couldn't hail a cab after the interview was done. I don't think my hailing technique was correct. I gave up when one passing cabbie swore in my general direction. So I walked back to the hotel and did my best to absorb a bit of life on the New York streets.
3:45 PM ET The Trading Day with Pat Bolland Nortel's Turnaround
Carmi Levy, senior anayst, Infotech
Duration: 6 m 24 s
I didn't have time to dawdle, as I needed to rejoin the conference and catch up on what I had missed. So I walked with my camera in one hand and tried to grab whatever pictures I could. Just before I got to the hotel, I ducked into a convenience store and picked up a copy of the New York Times. When I got back to my hotel, more messages from journos awaited. All told, a neato day.
I'd love to hear what you think of the interview.