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Hi, I’m Brad Feld, a managing director at the Foundry Group who lives in Boulder, Colorado. I invest in software and Internet companies around the US, run marathons and read a lot.

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To Blog or Not to Blog

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I’m a professional emailer / phonecaller / meeting taker (aka a venture capitalist). Much of my time is spend writing, reading, thinking, talking, and learning. As a result, I’ve been fascinated (and deeply involved) with the evolution of email and web-based communication and technologies.

I noticed blogging when Dan Bricklin turned me on to it. I’ve been following many of my VC collegues blogs (Fred Wilson, Jerry Colonna, Jeff Nolan, Martin Tobias) and others for some time.

I’ve struggled with whether the world needs yet another set of musings from a VC. Fred’s blog Transparency inspired me to think harder about this. Jerry’s blog Boomtime, Part Three pushed me over the edge.

I’m still not sure if the world needs my musings, but because you have complete control over whether or not you decide to read this, here goes.

  • http://madeleines.typepad.com Jerry

    Welcome buddy. I still don’t know if what I do is blog. I write because I need to and, fortunately, there are no publlishers controlling this little world. So we talk and we feel and emote and we opine and we rant. Some folks point to others…see the world, they say. And that’s good. Some folks point to themselves and say, see me. And that’s good too.

    The world doesn’t need another set of musings from a VC. The world needs your voice.

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