Well, it’s Friday, sunny, and we are on the verge of the Memorial Day weekend. Life is good. So, I thought I’d write about food. Yesterday, in between two board meetings, I decided to stop at a place that’s been on my foodie list for a while: Banh Mi Ngon in West Roxbury. I first
I am very grateful to Todd Brennan for inviting me to a party. It was fun, and I learned much. Todd co-founded Bit9, now called Carbon Black (prior post here). To celebrate the company’s recent IPO, he invited the other founders, founding engineers and early executives to a dinner. I’ve known Todd for a while.
I left with plenty of time for a breakfast meeting in Harvard Square. Traffic was really bad, more so than usual. The breakfast place was loaded with people. I then realized it was Harvard Commencement, with today being Class Day. Thankfully, I arrived with time to spare. I sat there and observed all the students
This is an interesting podcast from On Being. (Their podcasts sometimes have not been “on” for me, but this one is). Derek Black was the heir apparent to one of the country’s most prominent and activist white-supremacist families, which believed that a Zionist conspiracy controlled the world (among other beliefs). His father founded the web’s
Crew is tough. I didn’t row and instead saw it from afar, as one of my college roommates rowed heavy-weight. Eric did, too, in college (and, did well at the national level). Now, I see it through one of my children, who is rowing for her school, often as stroke of her boat. Growing up
I am redesigning the Kepha web site and now am the Admin. I do the same for my blog, and it is a fun hobby. It also helps me in my day job as a VC. Digital media is a pretty broad landscape these days, and, when I work on a blog, I get to