The J Curve

Wednesday, June 09, 2004

So, like, who are you?

and what do you want to talk about? I just was curious who would find this if I took no effort to promote it....
=)
Steve

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46 Comments:

  • i would like to discuss how utterly brilliant and hot steve j. is...

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 8:25 PM  

  • yep, i found it without promotion... :)
    interested in complexity stuff.
    Cheers, Carol

    By Blogger Word Mincer, at 3:08 AM  

  • Hey -- no stealthy blogging please. Stand up and be counted. Great to see you here. As I've said many times, I think blogs are a prototyping platform with incredible upside in terms of instant feedback.

    Best and WELCOME! ->Halley

    By Blogger Halley, at 5:07 PM  

  • ltd was here. !!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 1:31 PM  

  • ask draper's mom ;)

    By Blogger Enoch Choi, at 3:48 AM  

  • Halley blew your cover. Welcome to the blogosphere...

    By Blogger Ole, at 4:54 PM  

  • read your article on 'transcending moore's law with molecular electronics and nanotechnology (trying to decide grad school focus), and coupla link later found this blog! :)

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 10:55 AM  

  • was just reading e boys, your name popped up , quick google search, think u were also in " the late late shift" ( cant remember) , so i popped in to say hi, nice to see u live off tacos, NEVER trust a guy who doesnt eat tacos i say :)peace...

    By Blogger they live, at 6:58 PM  

  • errr...burrito's :)

    By Blogger they live, at 3:03 AM  

  • I found it because I was looking for you Steve! long time no see on the Ultimate field. My fault, I don't really play any more. Would love to get in touch with you, I'll try other venues but if you see this email me please. My address is cmi, my domain is bp2b.com. I didn't put them together for spam crawlers sake.
    -Chris Illes

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 10:30 AM  

  • IL-4 Smallpox and your blogspot is the first hit on Google ... makes me wonder what the world is coming to ... maybe capitalism will save humanity after all ... what do you think of DHS efforts for a realtime bio-sensor network?

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 12:07 PM  

  • Oh, me sir, I´ve found you looking for "hot and brilliant guys" on google... I would like to talk about why "anonymus" wants to discuss on "how hot Steve is"... He/she/it suggests u r "hot", but post as "anonymus". This are the pros and cons of blogging... Welcome to blogger´s world, Mr. Jurvetson. It is a real pleasure to have you in. Btw, you need no promotion...

    By Blogger Gisela Giardino, at 5:11 AM  

  • Hi Steve - glad to see you've taken to the blogosphere. Looking forward to reading about your take on nanotech investing.

    BTW - Tim Harper's blog is how I got here.

    Rocky Rawstern
    Editor Nanotechnology Now
    nanotech-now.com
    rocky@future-is-here.com

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 3:11 PM  

  • The TNT Weekly newsletter pointed the nanotech community to your blog a couple of days ago...

    Best,
    James G.
    Boston

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 6:29 AM  

  • I asked about your blog in Orkut. It's cool you actually even replied .You should but this link to your Orkut account also..so you wouldn't have to waste your time if people ask do you have a blog:D


    Estonian dude.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 12:23 PM  

  • I am Jonathan Despres, my idol was Bill Gates now it is Kardashev, I did a long trip before changing it. I dont think Nasdaq or humans will survive after the Cryonics Revolution and Mind Uploading. Kardashev it`s all about Civilisation!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 3:35 AM  

  • About damn time!

    Welcome to the neighborhood Steve,

    Ross

    By Blogger Ross, at 9:25 PM  

  • ..more rocket picture splices from Flickr, please!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 2:03 PM  

  • Who am I? A re-configuration of you, what else are all of us? Actually I'm the zero point field, dumbed down into the locality known as VR. ;-)

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 2:37 PM  

  • good to have you Victor!

    By Blogger Steve Jurvetson, at 2:40 PM  

  • Nice blog!

    I wonder how many readers of blogs are actually bloggers themselves :-)

    Russell

    By Blogger Russell, at 1:53 AM  

  • Welcome to the blogosphere Steve. I am up in Vancouver, BC, Canada and found you through Steve Hall's link to your main page. I have been following you and many other VCs for the past few years and was pleased when I found out you had invested in one of our very own home-grown startups, D-Wave Systems, here in Vancouver. Best wishes on the small-tech funding as well as on the blogging. My blog at www.troyangrignon.com covers some of the same topics that I think you write about.

    Regards,

    Troy Angrignon
    www.troyangrignon.com

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 5:11 PM  

  • I stumbled across your blog through a link at ventureblog.com.

    I find that reading veture capital blogs is an efficient way to stay current on new technologies.

    Beef Jezos
    www.startupjunkies.org

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 4:04 PM  

  • 1982 at age 16 I discovered and plotted the Singularity. 2020. Then I read Feynman and then Vinge. Then Kurzweil and Moravec and Drexler. Then found accelerating.org and found you!

    My favorite line is "Vinge's Law" - roughly:"Anything that can be stated with no internal contradictions can be accomplished."

    In my field, the problems we have all have solutions that fit Vinge's Law.

    There is a class of doers at the cutting edge of the fields such as finance, genetics,etcwho will agree with most of what accelerating.org has to say and offer.

    I would look at how social arrangements are changing as well.

    By Blogger PureData, at 2:02 PM  

  • Was just doing google searches on various people I had met in school. Congrats on your very interesting career path!

    By Blogger ramayer, at 10:54 PM  

  • I'd like to talk about the internationalization of Venture Capital, and about new technologies such as your favorite-nanotech.

    This link has now been published on VCJ. You're going to have many more people in here.

    William Yung
    Hong Kong

    By Blogger William, at 11:23 AM  

  • Steve,

    I am a (mature age) masters student in Australia, doing an MSTC 'Master of Science and Technology Commercialization' - (ex Ogilvy Manging Director, ex MD of an International Holographics company) Actually you are a 'Comrade' of mine at alwayson-network.com. - I have been working on a technology project with an Indian developer, which I know is a very innovative, infinitely scalable P2P financial services and communication application, I would love to give you an 'executive summary' its not quite ready to pitch to DFJ, as we don't really have an appropriate company structure.

    Simon

    sedhouse@ozemail.com.au

    By Blogger Simon Edhouse, at 9:48 PM  

  • I found this blog through a web search on your name in November. I knew your name because I listened to a presentation you gave on Venture Capital at the Foresight Senior Associates Conference in 2000. I wasn't extremely interested in the topic at the time.

    I was (and continue to be) interested in technological advancement, specifically the development of new technologies. A former believer in the Free Software Movement, I've been putting new software and solutions under the GPL and in the public domain. Unfortunately, no one is paying attention to the technology I'm putting out there.

    The massive use and integration that technology developed by complete self sustaining businesses, like google, enjoy has led me to become interested in commercial enterprise. Technology is of little value if it is disregarded.

    I will not write a business plan, due to my lack of business knowledge. But, I will apply for a job with a VC funded start-up in the next six months to start down what may be a better path.

    From this blog, I hope to gain some insight into the VC culture and a better understanding of how that world works in preperation for that new job.

    Thank you for your openness, both here and in the various writtings, presentations, and interviews you've done. It has been helpful in my understanding of how things work.

    By Blogger PhyrePhox, at 11:21 AM  

  • Jumped here from flickr. Intrigued by the photo puzzles. Looking forward to more of those.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 7:24 PM  

  • I did a mydensity map of my links blog and expanded the field for edge.org
    the double clicked one of those circles...and voila!

    By Blogger L, at 7:47 PM  

  • Carmen.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 3:55 PM  

  • um...you tagged it. isn't that promotion?

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 6:50 PM  

  • Ah yes, that was then... Now I'm curious to see how this tagging feature works.

    By Blogger Steve Jurvetson, at 7:30 PM  

  • Your assistant, Shelley, pinged me today to say that you wanted to learn more about my company, Phonex. So, I am learning more about you. Your personal web page provided awesome insights and windows into who you are. Great information; glad you provided it.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 8:23 AM  

  • Random walk. I think a friend of mine forwarded me a funny picture marca, which led to random flickr surfing, and you. I liked the pictures, so I added you as a contact. Later I learned that you tend to cover many of the same topics my head buzzes with, so I subscribed to the j-overload feed. Funny how your name keeps popping up, POST fundraiser, DFJ, I have a feeling I'll run into you in person one of these days. It is always strange to run into someone whose blog you've been following, the person & your idea of who they are rarely match up.

    By Blogger atotic, at 4:44 PM  

  • found you thru Fast Company link.

    By Blogger just sayin', at 12:59 PM  

  • I found out about you because an old high school buddy of mine spent a fortune on an eBay auction to eat with you and I thought to myself... man, if Mark wanted to spend that kind of bread- you must be pretty smart! Anyways, I don't understand half the stuff you talk about in this blog, but I love your pictures and think you're just scratching the surface of your intelligence. Keep creating!

    By Blogger Matt Gray, at 5:41 PM  

  • I just seem to subscribe blogs with J in the title for some reason. not even sure what you post about, but apparently I read it, or have for some time.

    peace,
    a

    By Blogger ALJ, at 6:39 AM  

  • Q is the sexiest letter in the alphabet.

    By Anonymous Sin, at 5:53 PM  

  • I found your site, but it looks like I'm two years late to the party.

    Why don't you talk about some of the latest VC investment trends you're seeing in the valley?

    Brion
    Financial Fitness Pro Forum

    By Blogger Chief Financial Fitness Pro, at 11:53 PM  

  • this is updated less often.... My daily blog has moved to flickr. (Recent example on and topics)

    By Blogger Steve Jurvetson, at 8:05 AM  

  • I came across your name on some Estonian Biotech article, and found a recomendation of your blog.

    We share most interests. Keep posting please!

    Taavi

    http://questofhappiness.blogspot.com/

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 4:18 PM  

  • Dude, i need help. Consider yourself my Dr. Phil of nano investment. I only say this because I know you have loads of time to answer stupid questions from out-of-touch Texans, so naturally, i thought i'd ask: how would one, say, with about five bucks get started investing in companies that your firm invests in? I'm young, very optomistic about the future of nanotech and things such as LEDs, but like I said, have about five or so bucks. Found you via Luminus-DFJ. Oh, and the chicks say your hot, so that's a plus, right? Would absolutely love a reply to: jfrederick96@yahoo.com, but won't hold my breath. Gracias, jf

    By Blogger J, at 6:23 AM  

  • ha ha.
    i typed so like.
    and this came up.

    ha.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 8:21 PM  

  • google search on Jeff Hawkins’ book On Intelligence

    By Anonymous Kreso, at 7:02 PM  

  • By Anonymous Anonymous, at 4:57 AM  

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