I believe that Vancouver can become a global center for technology excellence. Because of that, my goal is to do everything I can to contribute to that community, including learning how to build technology companies, developing our technology community, and working with the greater non-tech community to ensure that the entire fabric of the community […] Read More⇒
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VCs are frequently compared to lemmings or sheep, both metaphors describing their tendency to operate in herds and to all run towards one type of business or another relatively in sync. SiliconValley.com is covering this season’s popular fundees – social software companies. More here. For those who don’t know, we have our very own home-grown […] Read More⇒
Wired wrote this great article on the MoveOnPAC, which was started by two founders, Joan Blades and Wes Boyd, only six years ago and which has become “one of the most revered activist groups in America, supporting Democratic political candidates with tens of millions of dollars in advertising, as well as countless hours of telephone […] Read More⇒
Vancouver, BC: Tech company profile: Want to build an online community? Walk…no run… to Bryght.com and rent a turn-key hosted solution with all of the functionality you will ever need. Oh, and the people there are awesome too.
I have been reading about online communities since the days of the WELL (one of the first electronic communities to ever exist.) Of course, humans have always formed communities as part of their biological imperative – communities for living, for art, for trades, for commerce, for sex, for war, and for peace. And the internet […] Read More⇒
The Universe is 14 billion years old and will either either re-collapse into itself, expand into a completely diluted state, or rip apart in its 36th billion year in a runaway expansion so violent that galaxies and planets will be torn asunder in a fraction of a second. How do we manage the polarity inherent […] Read More⇒