Maybe it’s because I grew up speaking Russian, a language that has no word that exactly means “privacy.” Maybe it’s because I’m a libertarian at heart. But the latest waves of furor over browser cookies, location-based profiles, and iPhone App preferences puzzle me. I think [...]
Today, I was reading the blog for RockMelt, a cool new social browser that makes Google’s chrome look, feel, and act a lot slicker. I came across a post:
I think I will follow up with a detailed list of more traditional (and some not so traditional) resolutions for 2011. It will be a part of this one.
I have gotten quite a few comments on my lack of blog output for the last two months. Mea [...]
About MeI am the Managing Director of RTP Ventures, the U.S. operation of a $700M+ international Venture Capital fund. I was also a Venture Partner at Greycroft. I am a three-time founder and CEO of software companies including Plumtree Software and Elastra. Spent most of my life working on databases and working with VCs. Finally bit the bullet and joined one. Ready for something new. Passionate and intense about Software and New York City. (I know where the title comes from, and... the falcon can not hear the falconer)
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