Intel Capital continues to search for opportunities despite downturn

Image via CrunchBase Sodhani’s multi-billion dollar investments include major positions in Clearwire (recently announced) and over 400 other early stage startups.  Below is a brief excerpt from the interview: Interview with Arvind Sodhani: Intel Capital isn’t backing off on venture » VentureBeat VB: How is the downturn changing what Intel Capital does? AS: Not much […]

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 […]

A great post about online storage on Burnham’s Beat

In the last year or so, the concept of storing large volumes of personal data online has begun to take hold among mainstream computer users. Online data storage has become abundant and cheap just as consumers have migrated to high speed data connections. While most people are still not comfortable with managing their files online […]

Link Stream April 29, 2006

Stuff I’ve read, or added to my inbox to read: Seth Godin on being done – AlphaMale on KitKat’s success in Japan – Guy Kawasaki on Engineers and their lies – The Slacker Manager on office politics – Pittsburgh’s Future reports on shaky air quality ratings standards –

Automattic gets funding

It goes without saying that I believe WordPress is the best blogging application available today. This week Automattic, the company founded by Matthew Mullenweg – developer of WordPress, annouced it had received “a little funding“. That’s great news for all WordPress fans, especially those who use Automattic’s Like most open source applications, not all […]