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From the APRIL HBJ article on the Texas Technology Venture Fund 2011: “(the) newly created Houston Technology Future Fund plans to raise $100 million in venture capital The fund would provide equity to technology companies within a 30-county area in … Continue reading
The script, by Falstaff and Schyma, speaks to the impending death and increasing desperation of record companies. It’s also a gritty portrait of the plight of the indie musician. More on the Houston movie Honky Tonk Blood on 29-95.
In the right hand lane. Going 50 in a 50. Wearing my seatbelt. Hands at 12 and on the stick. Insurance is current. Registration is current. Inspected a few months back. No beer in the car. No dead bodies in … Continue reading
This is a cross post of Conflict of Interest on Houston Red Light Cameras that I posted on The Chron site. Please comment on the Chron site directly. The Houston Red Light Cameras, as currently implemented, are a bad idea … Continue reading
There are three rules to becoming a billionaire in business. First the business rules, then the story: Sell at a profit. You have to sell at a profit. You can’t sell at a loss and make it up in volume. … Continue reading
In the process of explaining SEO (search engine optimization) over the years I frequently demonstrate that if you Google “God in Houston” the top results are not churches. Now I’m not talking about the local results that show the churches, but the … Continue reading
The company is 12 years old today. Wow. What a journey so far! A huge THANK YOU to our clients, our employees and all of our supporters over the last 12 years. Black swans do exist, and thrive, with a … Continue reading
Ifest photos from my camera are posted on the ifest web site in two galleries. 2009 International Festival Saturday 4-25 2009 International Festival Sunday 4-26 One of my favorites is bubbles over houston.