Yes, that Marc Andreessen, the cofounder of Netscape, now has started a blog (http://blog.pmarca.com) you’re going to want to track. For instance, Marc has started a few days ago a multipost series on what VC funded startups really like (part one and part two), wrapped up a three parter on the lowdown on VCs a couple of weeks ago and promises a post soon, “Top 10 ways to do personal outsourcing”.
Now just why should you devote some of your (hopefully) limited blog browsing time to this Marc guy who made his rep (and the cover of Time) way back in the last decade?
My specific experience is from three companies I have co-founded: Netscape, sold to America Online in 1998 for $4.2 billion; Opsware (formerly Loudcloud), a public software company with an approximately $1 billion market cap; and now Ning, a new, private consumer Internet company.
[tags]Marc Andreessen, pmarca[/tags]