Tag: brad feld

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Term Sheets Series Introduction (Classic)

We continue our Venture Files Classics Series – posts written by Steven Fisher prior to Venture Files joining Technosailor.com – that are either great analysis pieces, or have offered some level of prediction accuracy… Or simply, they are of interest to this audience. In this case, Steve wrote a great […]

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Internet 2.0, Suck it Up and Lead

The Valley, which has so far been most unaffected by the downturn in the economy, may be reaching the end of it’s golden thread. Sequoia Capital, one of the largest Venture Capital firms in the Valley, had a meeting with their portfolio companies advising them to “tighten their belts” according […]

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DC Needs a Fred. Any Takers?

Profiled in Sunday’s New York Times, Union Square Ventures‘ Fred Wilson is a legend of contemporary venture capital — a title previously reserved for West Coast luminaries like Moritz and Doerr, and maybe a couple others. At Web 2.0 Expo in New York last week, Wilson was greeted with cheers […]

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Google Shiny is Not as Hot as You would Think

Much has been said about Google Chrome Shiny this week. Google stormed the internet by announcing that they too had a browser that web users could be proud of. They claimed the best of all browsers while slipping in some legal language into the EULA that revoked privacy of user […]

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Early Adopters Are Useless

We are early adopters. We use. We try. We evangelize. We bury. We filter. That’s what we think anyway. In reality, we are pretty useless. Late last year, Amazon released the Kindle to the joy and enthusiasm of many early adopters. Robert Scoble, the poster child for early adopters, gleefully […]

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