A good post about the challenges, and fun, of being an Entrepreneur in Residence

Andrew Chen, who’s blog is a new addition to my regular feed, has a nice post about being an E-i-R and what he learned from working inside a Venture Capital firm.

I spent most of 2007 affiliated with Mohr Davidow Ventures, where I started out as an Entrepreneur-in-Residence, and then transitioned into a consulting role about mid-way through the year. It was a great experience –

Read his post here: Futuristic Play by Andrew Chen: Quick professional update, and what an Entrepreneur-in-Residence actually does