GenuineVC David Beisel's Perspective on Digital Change

October 12, 2007

The first Web2.0 conference which I attended was in 2005, and that one had a very authentic feel to it. It’s interesting to look back at notes from those sessions and the conclusions like “tagging is a short word, but requires a long explanation.” By last year, the conference had grown up to become an extravaganza, for lack of a better descriptive term. And this year’s elevation of the moniker to a “Summit” should continue with that trend. Regardless, conferences are for conversations. The important business is about connecting with people, as opposed to the content in the sessions themselves. Along those lines, if you’ve been meaning to reach out or just want to ensure that we reconnect while we’re both at the show, drop me an e-mail at [david at genuinevc dot com].

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  • Rob Go
     - 18 hours ago
    Cool design focused event @bladebos Nov 6. Limited seats available! http://t.co/qHjU4WBeTx
  • Lee Hower
     - 1 day ago
    @vcparty that statement is true. FRC's LP base looks pretty similar to Sequoia's though
  • Lee Hower
     - 1 day ago
    @vcparty agree. some LPs have to bend their model, though best LPs don't care much about concentration - they focus on accessing best funds
  • Lee Hower
     - 1 day ago
    @vcparty thx - would slightly disagree trad'l LPs & smaller funds are misfit… best seed funds have trad'l LP base (albeit concentrated)
  • David Beisel
     - 1 day ago
    .@andypalmer shares solid thoughts on mission, values, & social accountability for millennials in the workplace: http://t.co/wsAz5Gj7K6

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