Good morning, All, and we’ve listed some blogs that we felt you might find helpful.
Also another event deadline is coming up – with a 90% discount – so wanted to flag it, in case you might want to attend:
For nine years, Supernova has been the only conference focused on the business, technology, and policy consequences of the emerging Network Age. This year they’re launching a new kind of event, the Supernova Forum, combining the best aspects of executive, academic, and participant-organized conferences.
Here’s the best part: instead of the $2,000 price of Supernova 2009 and similar high-end conferences, you can attend Supernova Forum 2010 for only $100 if you register by June 18
Speakers will include thought leaders such as danah boyd (Microsoft Research) and Jeff Jarvis (BuzzMachine), influential investors Josh Kopelman (First Round Capital) and John Borthwick (Betaworks), and innovators from government Beth Noveck (United States Deputy CTO) and Allan Frank (CTO, City of Philadelphia), plus faculty experts from our partner the Wharton School, including David Hsu (Management), Eric Bradlow (Marketing), Shawndra Hill (OPIM), Ethan Mollick (Management), and Peter Fader (Marketing).
Date: July 29-30, 2010 at the Wharton School in Philadelphia, PA. Register now
The blogs- the short list:
Brad Feld: http://www.feld.com/wp/
Fred Wilson: http://www.avc.com/
Chris Dixon: http://cdixon.org
Lawrence Lenihan: http://lawrencelenihan.wordpress.com/
Especially his Funding Bill of Rights – good one! http://bit.ly/cZ9ZNA
Hey, help comes in all sorts of forms. Speaking of which, help is on the way…