Archive for March, 2005

Government as Communications Infrastructure Provider

In spite of being an ardent free market propronent and a believer that less government is better than more, I am beyond beginning to believe, although not yet completely sure, that government would be the best WiFi provider. And I should add that maybe, maybe that could also be true for the physical wired network […]

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Easy Money?

Fred Wilson comments on a journalist’s observation that we are about to enter "the most furious investing cycle in history" due to the vast amounts of cash raised by VC funds in 1999-2000 that their partnership agreements require them to soon use (invest) or lose (return to limited partners along with management fees that pay […]

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Powerful Antidote to Bureaucracy

I just love this – The Daily Brief: Just Because No One Understands You Doesn’t Mean You’re An Artist! ? It’s Good to Know Leadership Gets It – Four star general ORDERS his subordinates to stay out of the way of troops providing answers to questions he POSTS ON HIS BLOG! (I even coined a […]

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Don't Forget the Third Annual Eat an Animal for PETA Day!

See this link for history of the celebration and details on others’ plans to celebrate.

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