Thoughts from Dreamforce (Salesforce Developer Conference 2008)

Image by Mountjoy via Flickr Last week I was at the Salesforce developer conference, Dreamforce 2008.  Most of the significant news (linked below) to emerge from the Moscone Center was tied to the theme of ‘Cloud Computing‘.  This included announcements related to the availability of Facebook integration, the ability for customers to host their websites […]

Evernote leaves beta, goes live

Evernote, the ubiquitous synchronized capture application is now out of beta and available to all. For those who had stopped by when I wrote about available beta invites, you can now have at it on your own. The newly released version offers substantial improvements over the beta application, including an improved interface, and a new […]

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 […]