Nick Mudge Ignition Software Consulting & Development

I'm continually re-excited about the Web. Marc Andreessen started blogging a lot this month. Writing a lot of great stuff.

I'm reading the book Founders at Work: Stories of Startups' Early Days. So I've been learning a lot about many of the great Web and personal computer start-ups, the people and venture capital. It's great, I love it. On Marc's blog I was particularly interested in his series of posts called "The truth about venture capitalists", 1, 2, 3. The third one in the series is a long view of how venture capital works and the history of how it has gone along and the current state of it. Amazing.

I love Dave Fletcher's blog. He's recently been writing and showing some of the best stuff.

I want to be in a position where I'm spending a lot more time and writing a lot more on my blog. So I'll work toward that. There is so much to point to on the Web and to talk about.

Here's my friend Aaron Parecki making music with a wii remote control. He played all the music with the remote. He's always doing amazing things with technology.

I made a del.icio.us group on facebook. A bunch of librarians signed up right away. It got me thinking, librarians like del.icio.us. I think they really like RSS. I was talking to one of them and she said that lots of libraries use del.icio.us for subject guides. They use the RSS feeds of the guides that del.icio.us automatically makes. I can't get over del.icio.us. I've used that service for years and just love it. I love the concept and feeling of capturing cool things on the web and then have it easily organized.

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Nick Mudge
www.nickmudge.info
13 June 2007

Here I am testing some comments.
Joe cat
frightfull.com
13 June 2007

Looks like the comments are working



still works


still
sara joes
google.com
14 June 2007

A lot to work on there Nick.
Hannah
14 June 2007

um...hi.
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