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October 05, 2006

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pinky

Isn’t that the toughest part: giving up a cushy job, the security that comes with it to plunge into uncharted waters. As Indians aren’t we doubly conditioned to aim for security above all else? Or … is that mindset about to change?
That set me thinking. How easy is it really to step out of the comfort zone and take the plunge? What does it take? Guts. Moolah. Persistence. More importantly, how much of each?
Read more: http://diggindianews.com/IndiaBusiness/Businessworld__Entrepreneurship__Venture_Capital__Taking_the_Plunge/

susan wu

Hello,
I'd like to add the Charles River Venture blogs to your list:
George Zachary - http://senseandcents.blogspot.com

Bill Tai -
http://kitevc.blogspot.com

Me - http://www.reality.org

Thanks,
Susan

Andrew Parker

I'll throw my site into the mix. I'm an analyst at Union Square Ventures. My site is:
http://blog.andrewparker.net/

techguy

Another site to add to your next list, btw, which covers Southern California's VC scene:
http://www.socaltech.com/

techguy

Nice list. I just threw your list (plus a bunch of other VC-related web sites) into Google's Custom Search Engine program in case you want to post it. Link below:
http://google.com/coop/cse?cx=010393221210650896784%3Ay9hd3_gzfxm

punctuative

Jeff:
Thanks for assembling. Hope you'll add me to the list - I'm lending thoughts on media and healthcare in particular at punctuative.com.

Best,
Matt

Shantanu

great work, Jeff..I am providing a link on my website www.global-themes.com

Eric

Hi Jeffrey: Thanks for the post and listing me among the 103. It's helpful to have this one masterlist, instead of having to go through each one and look for new URLs listed under each person's favorites. Thanks, Eric

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