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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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Homer Alaska Webcam

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I put a webcam up at my place in Homer, Alaska.  You can access it via my about me page or – thanks to Rob Shurtleff (who recommended the webcam to me in the first place) – on Zeitcam.com (it’s listed as the Homer Webcam and there’s a pretty neat time lapse option.)   It turns out there’s a second webcam in Homer pointing at the Augustine Volcano.  As you can see, it’s been a shitty weather day here, but I managed to pound out a 15 mile run, finish off The Stolen Child, and enjoy The Devil Wears Prada.  In case you are curious, the camera is a StarDot NetCam Megapixel – it’s a remarkable device that includes a Linux server and an Ethernet Port.

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Homer, Alaska Sunset

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The sun does eventually start to set up here.  Amy took a bunch of beautiful pictures tonight.

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Good night.

Ted Stevens and His Tubes

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Senator Ted Stevens – the senior ranking Alaska senator, longest serving Republican in the Senate, and king of Alaska pork – is regularly on the front page of the Anchorage newspaper (usually praising him for the great things he does for Alaska.)  He made news of a different kind last week concerning his statements about net neutrality.

According to bLaugh, the Stevens development team is currently working on “an Internet Cerfboard.” 

A Perfect Day In Homer

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Every now and then someone asks why I spend a chunk of time in the summer in Homer, Alaska.  Amy took a few pictures that tell most of the story.

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That’s the view from the living room.  Now – turn your head right.

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On a clear day, you can see Mount Iliamna.  That dude is 200 miles away and rises about 10,000 feet out of the ocean.  Now – go left.

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Voila – the Grewingk Glacier.  Make sense?

Homer Sweet Homer

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The view from our living room window.  Enough said.

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