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Re: Eating Dinner Alone - http://www.feld.com/archive...
"Humans mostly scare me. My planet is very different." - Brad Feld
Re: Eating Dinner Alone - http://feld.com/archive...
"Humans mostly scare me. My planet is very different." - Brad Feld
Re: Victims and Leaders - http://www.feld.com/archive...
"Thx. Look for a lot more info soon..." - Brad Feld
Re: Boulder Shouldn’t Municipalize Its Energy Utility System - http://www.feld.com/archive...
"From an email I received today from a Boulder citizen. I agree with you the the Electrical Utility direction of the City is likely a waste. How city funds are being spent or should be spent is of great concern. Funds should be spent on items that need rehabilitation and not on chasing after functions that are working quite well at this time, such as Xcel. Many of the things that need desperate fixing are not known to the general public and in some cases, not even to Council. For example, many people are unaware that: The main 42" diameter sanitary sewer line which is 7 miles long running to the wastewater treatment plant has recently been inspected for the first time in 50 years. The inspection result indicated that it could collapse and send 12 million gallons of sewage every day into Boulder Creek. Council is casually thinking it's okay to fix this sometime between 2015 and 2020. It really is an emergency. Much of the neighborhood flooding happened because some creeks are so full of..." - Brad Feld
Re: Boulder Shouldn’t Municipalize Its Energy Utility System - http://162.209.59.223:11839/archive...
"From an email I received today from a Boulder citizen. I agree with you the the Electrical Utility direction of the City is likely a waste. How city funds are being spent or should be spent is of great concern. Funds should be spent on items that need rehabilitation and not on chasing after functions that are working quite well at this time, such as Xcel. Many of the things that need desperate fixing are not known to the general public and in some cases, not even to Council. For example, many people are unaware that: The main 42" diameter sanitary sewer line which is 7 miles long running to the wastewater treatment plant has recently been inspected for the first time in 50 years. The inspection result indicated that it could collapse and send 12 million gallons of sewage every day into Boulder Creek. Council is casually thinking it's okay to fix this sometime between 2015 and 2020. It really is an emergency. Much of the neighborhood flooding happened because some creeks are so full of..." - Brad Feld
Re: Book: Innovating Women - http://www.feld.com/archive...
"I don't know, but I don't feel like this should be an excuse / justification for the dynamics." - Brad Feld
Re: A New Look for Feld Thoughts - http://www.feld.com/archive...
"Thx - checking in to it to fix..." - Brad Feld
Re: The Trap of Relative Value - http://www.feld.com/archive...
"Well said." - Brad Feld
Re: What’s Old Is New Again - http://www.feld.com/archive...
"It does seem like 100 years ago. It's hard to believe is was less than 20!" - Brad Feld
Re: The Trap of Relative Value - http://feld.com/archive...
"Well said." - Brad Feld
Re: The Trap of Relative Value - http://www.feld.com/archive...
"Yup. Pretty awesome." - Brad Feld
Re: The Trap of Relative Value - http://feld.com/archive...
"Yup. Pretty awesome." - Brad Feld
Re: The Trap of Relative Value - http://www.feld.com/archive...
"Rarely in my experience." - Brad Feld
Re: The Trap of Relative Value - http://feld.com/archive...
"Rarely in my experience." - Brad Feld
The Trap of Relative Value - http://www.feld.com/archive...
Re: A New Look for Feld Thoughts - http://local.feld.com/archive...
"Thx - checking in to it to fix..." - Brad Feld
NewCo Boulder: Open House Tour of Innovative Companies in Boulder - http://www.feld.com/archive...
Re: What’s Old Is New Again - http://www.feld.com/archive...
"Those playing a long game did just fine. Those trying to optimize for short term gains, or then short term declines, had a pretty rough time." - Brad Feld
Re: What’s Old Is New Again - http://www.feld.com/archive...
"I have no idea how to know when the correction is coming before it comes. All I focus on now is how to play a long game that doesn't matter when the correction comes." - Brad Feld
Re: What’s Old Is New Again - http://www.feld.com/archive...
"There is a lot of old in investments. For example, the typical term sheet looks almost exactly the same way a term sheet looked in the 1980s!" - Brad Feld
What’s Old Is New Again - http://www.feld.com/archive...
Re: What’s Old Is New Again - http://www.feld.com/archive...
"Oh - that's a very long post that I probably should write..." - Brad Feld
Re: Book: Innovating Women - http://www.feld.com/archive...
"#gamergate is appalling." - Brad Feld
Re: Book: Innovating Women - http://www.feld.com/archive...
"WTF indeed. I put racism in the same category. I'm hopeful that in 20 - 40 years a lot of this will be in the "tapered off" category." - Brad Feld
Re: Book: Innovating Women - http://www.feld.com/archive...
"We've put a huge amount of effort into this via NCWIT (www.ncwit.org) - take a look." - Brad Feld
Re: Boulder Shouldn’t Municipalize Its Energy Utility System - http://test-feldcom.gotpantheon.com/archive...
"From an email I received today from a Boulder citizen. I agree with you the the Electrical Utility direction of the City is likely a waste. How city funds are being spent or should be spent is of great concern. Funds should be spent on items that need rehabilitation and not on chasing after functions that are working quite well at this time, such as Xcel. Many of the things that need desperate fixing are not known to the general public and in some cases, not even to Council. For example, many people are unaware that: The main 42" diameter sanitary sewer line which is 7 miles long running to the wastewater treatment plant has recently been inspected for the first time in 50 years. The inspection result indicated that it could collapse and send 12 million gallons of sewage every day into Boulder Creek. Council is casually thinking it's okay to fix this sometime between 2015 and 2020. It really is an emergency. Much of the neighborhood flooding happened because some creeks are so full of..." - Brad Feld
Re: Book: Innovating Women - http://www.feld.com/archive...
"Yeah - I expect that ..." - Brad Feld
"I think the prohibition that we've agreed to includes selling data in aggregate but I'll let @sethlevine weigh in." - Brad Feld
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