A podcast series on my fave list is “Stay Tuned.” I’m behind on my podcast listening, but was able to hear the recent one, which featured Bryan Stevenson, who has spent his life on criminal-justice reform (link here) and his job as an attorney defending minors on death row. I found the podcast to be
After Carbon Black went public, Mrs. T. and I had some discussions (I co-led the first institutional round when it was called Bit9; details here and here). I’m excited to announce that our family will take all of those winnings and invest them in startups. We also will donate 100% of any gains to charities.
This week, Mrs. T. and one of our children are in Cambodia (the latter of whom is writing about it here). They’re “on site” to learn more about the Nomi Network. As I’ve written before, we support the organization, which battles sex trafficking in India and Cambodia. They do so by creating meaningful jobs for
Some good friends, Emily and Ross Jones, invited us to dinner. Our family ties with them go way, way back. They’re activist donors, and they wanted us to meet Diana Mao of The Nomi Network. It was a fun dinner, and we will be giving to Diana’s cause. First up, Diana is a high-energy and
I recently was reading email in my parked car. A car pulled up near me. A young and pretty woman got out. Pale and thin, she looked tense. An older woman had driven her. She looked very sad. They started unloading a few plastic bags of clothing and children’s toys. It wasn’t much. The young