The Corrosive Nature of Over-Introducers

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It starts seemingly innocent enough. Mostly I just wanted to write this as a reminder to founders to be suspicious of people who constantly introduce you around. In modern society we’re all over-worked and over-loaded with information and tasks and to-dos and obligations.

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. They were about to write a blog post defending the privacy issue and calling out why that journalist misunderstood the story. I wrote this post a long time ago.

Choose Your VC Investor Carefully

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I write this post as a warning to pick your VC’s carefully. In the VC’s mind it is innocent enough and starts off with a “have you guys ever considered …?&# Beware of VC Seagulls, who shit on you and then fly away (or worse yet leave you with Red Herrings).

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. Just as you would not ask your family physician to perform a coronary bypass, do not ask your corporate lawyer to help you write your patent application. This is a reposting of a ‘classic’ popular post.

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