Guy Kawasaki, the new venture blogger, started off a lying trend that I’m seeing spread across the blogs. Here’s Jason Fried’s followup of top ten lies of entrepreneurs. I just added a #13 in the comments: “We don’t need to blog, our Superbowl commercial and our CES booth will get tons of business.”
Rick Segal (a Canada-based venture capitalist) demonstrates what living the digital lifestyle means and gets a free upgrade to first class in the process. Great story!
The reaction to my post, last night, about the Celestron device has been interesting. One email I got was from Fraser Cain who is the publisher on Universe Today, a free 407-page skywatching ebook (blog here, ebook download here). It has an entry for what to see in the night sky for every night this year (saves you $400 on the Celestron gadget, although the gadget is a whole lot more fun). That’s cool!