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January 07, 2006


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I have a feeling some of my opinions may drive some heated debate. So without further adieu, i present you with my first installment.

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Knox Massey

Good comments on angel investing. If an angel round (messy or not) gets you to Series B--that's half the ball game. Most angel groups are thrilled to play that part for the entrepreneur. Yes, some may ask what weighted average is and some may be Nervous Nellies, but you'll also find committed and experienced angels that will help guide and push you until Series B (or A-1!) is reached.

Daniel Nerezov

Niel, I think that's a great blarthicle you've written.

Not sure, how practical it is to tell the average founder to go and raise venture capital - but, nonetheless - a great post.

Perspective opposite to yours: www.antiventurecapital.com

Niel Robertson

For a VCs perspective on this (especially the Angels section), Will Price (Hummer Winblad) wrote a good blog entry at:


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