The Corrosive Nature of Over-Introducers

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I find the over-introducers especially corrosive around first-time founders who often struggle with the balance of their time between tasks like building product versus tasks like speaking at conferences or meeting with potential business development partners.

If it Didn’t Happen on Twitter it Didn’t Really Happen. Here’s Why

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I decided to water down some details to protect the innocent. We had agreed to a stated internal policy that even though taking this stance would mean our product would have considerably less traffic it was an important part of what we felt our long-term brand represented.

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Nexiant Names New CEO


Lake Forest-based Nexiant , a provider of products for materials management and supply chain management software and hardware, said this week that it has named Bill Sickler as CEO of the firm. Nexiant is venture backed by InnoCal Venture Capital, Argentum Group, Forrest Binkley & Brown, Inverness Capital Partners, and Mission Ventures, among others.

Mojix Signs Middle Eastern Reseller


Los Angeles-based Mojix , the developer of radio frequency identification (RFID) technology, said over the weekend that it has signed a partnership with a reseller to provide its products in the Middle East.

Interview with Greg Siegel, VidMe


A lot of us have been in situations where we've shared various things with people--and usually, innocently, have them forward it around, reposted it, and done a lot of things you wish they hadn't done.

Interview with Dr. Ramin Sadr, Mojix


Mojix is venture backed by Oak Investment Partners, Red Rock Ventures, and Innocal. Tell us a little bit about your products? Dr. Ramin Sadr: Our products, and technology, is essentially game changing in terms of RFID passive tags, and how passive tags have been used in the past.

Roping in the Legal Eagles


A startup-oriented lawyer may not be able to convince a jury of a guilty man’s innocence, but they can guide your adVenture through the menacing legal shoals it will no doubt face. I once received a very aggressive letter from a Fortune 500 BDC who felt that our remote access product was being used improperly by certain users to circumvent the BDC’s licensing scheme. Just like the phone, our remote access product was simply a tool.

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