Thursday, August 02, 2007

Humble Achievement - Bootstrapper Ranks VC Cafe in Top 100 VC Blogs

Many entrepreneurs follow the VC Blogs for various reasons. Some want to get insights into the mind of a potential backer, others are interested in following trends or discovering new companies.

BootStrapper put together a list of the top 100 VC resources in various categories and I'm proud to report that Venture Capital Cafe made the list - check out number 81.

Not bad, considering that I can't dedicate the blog the time it deserves. Thanks for including me with such a significant group.

Some of my favorites, in no particular order:
  1. Infectious Greed Written by former hedge fund manager and now finance professor Paul Kedrosky, this blog covers a wide variety of issues from venture capital, stocks, and technology to gadgets and blogging.
  2. A VC Written by Fred Wilson of Union Square Ventures, this blog provides insight into the fields of emerging internet and media companies interspersed with Wilson’s thoughts on music and technology.
  3. Redeye VC Redeye VC is written by Josh Kopelman, founder of Half.com. In it, Josh discusses experiences and advice in the VC field.
  4. VentureBeat VentureBeat is a great source for all news relevant to the VC world.
  5. Nothing Ventured, Nothing Gained Nothing Ventured, Nothing Gained is the blog of Jeremy Levine. It deals primarily with news affecting the venture capital world, especially in the technology sector.
  6. How to Change the World Guy Kawasaki gives practical advice for entrepreneurs who are just starting out or looking to expand.
  7. WayTooEarly WayTooEarly chronicles the process of working with venture companies in the very early stages of development.
  8. EarlyStage VC Early Stage VC by Peter Rip of Crosslink Capital focuses on venture investments in the preliminary stages of business development.
  9. Golb: Is This Israel? Is This Israel? is written by Ed Mlavsky, a major player in building the Israeli hi-tech market through venture investments. His blog focuses on these hi-tech issues as well as on investing in alternate sources of energy.
  10. This is Going to be BIG This is a blog that seeks to help entrepreneurs find supporters. There are posts on a variety of topics from personal interests to web technology and investment.
To see the other 90, go to the full list.

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2 Comments:

At 3:43 PM, Blogger gabu said...

Wow, this sounds awsome! Being in the same list of 100 blogs as Guy Kawasaki's "How to Change the World" is quite an achievement!
Greetings from "I want to shadow Steve Jobs"

 
At 1:44 PM, Blogger Venture Capital Cafe said...

Thanks for stopping by Gabu. After a long absence I'm going to start posting again this week. Great blog - good luck with your quest.

 

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