I've realized two things recently:
- I'm bored of roughly 90% of the blogs that I "read"
- I enjoy life more when I tried to avoid computers on the
- I'm going to either read fewer blogs or find some new blogs to
read. Any suggestions?
- I'm no longer blogging on the weekend. Heck, I'm generally trying
to avoid the computer on the weekend. I'd rather spend the time
outside or reading or... whatever. Yeah, there's the issue of the
book. It's the main exception right now. Most of it happens only on
the weekends. And if something really blog-worthy happens, I
won't wait until Monday.
Oh, and I have an experiment I want to try on my blog. More on
that soon--Monday, I guess.
Posted by jzawodn at 10:37 PM
What happened to Yahoo's Millionaires?
Forbes has a brief story on Yahoo! Finance called Purple
People in which they track down a few of the millionaires created
by acquisitions at Yahoo during the boom.
Forbes tracked down 25 individual sellers in the Yahoo deals and found
that every one of them is at work on something new and vital, a few of
them on several projects at once. Only five still work at Yahoo. Ten
are entrepreneurs. Four are angel investors or venture capitalists,
and two others are weighing new chief executive jobs. The rest are
teaching, writing or consulting. Sure, for many their workdays are
shorter than they used to be, but entrepreneurial drive is tough to
Ahh, the boom.
Posted by jzawodn at 09:54 AM