Entries tagged "DCTech"

April 2014, NBC announced David Letterman would be turning over the reigns of the Late Show to Stephen Colbert. Which means Colbert will be retiring from his show next year. Colbert will make the transition from an arch conservative loon and back to his regular persona. He'll be taking off his cape Read More

posted in category DC Tech

Last week I did a leadership training session for rising leaders at Social Tables. In typical Don Berger's, Vincent-Lombardiesqe fashion, the class starts at 7:45 AM. Doesn't matter that I'm doing this gratis. If I want to collect my no-fee for my service, I have to get my ass out of Read More

posted in category DC Tech

My mom's an 80 year old recent widow who's recovering from Cancer. I would have loved to be able to get to Florida a few weeks back to celebrate her birthday but since I couldn't be there I ordered flowers from 1-800-Flowers to be delivered to her on her birthday. When Read More

posted in category Execution

DC Tech is no Silicon Valley, in fact it's no Boston, nor New York, or Austin Texas. As a region the DC Metroplex is consistently ranked as the #8 startup community based on Venture Funding by the National Venture Capital Association (by the way with all the hoopla and noise Read More

posted in category DC Tech

FAKEGRIMLOCK - Often funny, always nuanced, insanely insightful. FAKEGRIMLOCK is a startup icon who often engages in double, triple and quadruple entendres (learn more about him here, blog post: FAKEGRIMLOCK - Nobody Says It Better). ME, GRIMLOCK, ACCIDENTALLY SEE AVRIL LAVIGNE KITTY SONG. NOW ME GOING TO HAVE TO KILL EVERYONE. — FAKEGRIMLOCK (@FAKEGRIMLOCK) Read More

posted in category Musings

What's in a like? It's a button press. A social media smile. It's a sign of appreciation... acceptance. It has meaning. Of something. Yet rarely of anything of any value. If likes were wishes and wishes were horses, like beggars would ride. "Please like my page!" "Please vote for me in this Read More

posted in category DC Tech

Recently in a little back and forth and friendly chiding between the Washington Post's Steven Overly and me on twitter, Steven derided me for hating on government involvement in startups which evolved to poking me for being a hater of most DCTech companies.  This just in: @glehel says Crystal Tech Fund Read More

posted in category DC Tech

The three biggest lies...  The check's in the mail Something about something that is inappropriate for a business blog that involves bodily fluid I'm from the government and I'm hear to help you Lately, especially after the blog post, "DCTech Under a New Mayor," I've been accused by some of speaking out of both Read More

posted in category Startup

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