2. Found he sold the software and engineering of Tribe to Cisco in 2007, which I vaguely remembered, and started a casual gaming company named after his beloved, now-late dog: Zynga.com
4. Turns out the Foundry Group is a VC firm in Boulder doing a couple interesting things – for example, trying to accelerate the development of its native Boulder as a startup hotspot, something I’d like to see more of in Vancouver.
5. The Foundry Group also has a great series of blog posts laying out its thematic investment philosophy. In a nutshell, they are focusing on startups that solve problems in a couple different areas: Human-Computer Interaction, Implicit Web, Email, Glue, and Digital Life.
6. What time is it? Time to get back to work.