After Carbon Black went public, Mrs. T. and I had some discussions and made a decision. So, I’m excited to announce that our family will begin investing as angels and will donate all gains to charities. Why do this? First, we want to back entrepreneurs. They’re Underdogs, and we want to be on their side.
Many years ago, I co-led the first institutional round in Bit9, now known as Carbon Black, which went public this morning. It’s official! We’ve kicked off Friday trading, ringing the opening bell for @Nasdaq in #NYC #IPO #CBLK #infosec pic.twitter.com/l8n5BZGReP — Carbon Black, Inc. (@CarbonBlack_Inc) May 4, 2018 As I’ve written before, the road for
I received an email on Saturday morning. Whitney Bowman, a former work colleague and a friend, father of six children, died suddenly of a heart attack at age 41 the day before. I always remember Whitney as a strong person with dignity and humor. It’s hard to explain. I saw him work some very long
I follow on Twitter David Fahrenthold. He is the young journalist, who last year won a Pulitzer Prize. So, when he pushed out this Tweet, I read the essay. And one of the most moving stories I’ve ever read, @EnswellJones on all the people who bring a fallen soldier home. https://t.co/Jim3SAtUVE — David Fahrenthold (@Fahrenthold)
I read the NY Times and New Yorker articles (here and here) about Harvey Weinstein. The Daily Podcast interview with one of the actresses (here) chronicles a very harrowing evening. And, I just don’t get it. If the allegations are true, Weinstein’s actions are not just immoral, they are illegal. How could so many people
A bit ago, reporter Galen Moore asked if I would share my family’s immigrant story. I forwarded to him a blog post, and he asked if he could include it in a new initiative he was working on to feature immigrants. Galen is a great guy, and so, I agreed. I didn’t think more about