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November 7, 2004
Some Favorite CEO and VC Blog Posts
Topic: 3) Ventures
A lot of folks have been asking me about CEO and venture capital blogging as of late. Thought that I would point out a few of my favorite posts. Note that there are not that many VC bloggers out there (last number I saw was around 12). That said, there is growing interest by VCs in blogging investments. August Capital recently put in Series B money to Six Apart (see webblog Mena Trott, co-founder and President of Six Apart). Additionally, Sequoia Capital's LinkedIn investment (which some might argue is not quite a blog) recently drew Series B monies from Greylock (LinkedIn release).

But I digress. Here are some recent VC and CEO blog posts that I like quite a bit (some of these blogs I read semi-regularly):

- on Running an Efficient Board Meeting see by Ed Sim, Managing Director of Dawntreader Ventures

- on the Sales Learning Curve (SLC) see by Ross Mayfield, CEO of Socialtext

- thoughts on the Feature, Product, or Company thing that VCs need to tease apart as they analyze prospective investments, see by Tim Oren, partner at the VC firm Pacifica Fund

- "It's the Feed Stupid" (this is a bit of a technical subject but an important one related to blogging), see by Fred Wilson, managing partner at the VC firm Flatiron Partners

Steve Shu
Managing Director
S4 Management Group

Posted by sshu-s4 (c) S4 Management Group LLC at 12:01 AM CST
Updated: November 7, 2004 12:09 AM CST
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