Posts Tagged: blogs

b5media funded – congrats Jeremy!

The news broke on Wednesday that Toronto-based b5media, a blogging/media network started by Jeremy Wright, had landed $2 million USD from Brightspark Ventures and J. L. Albright Venture Partners. b5media describes itself as “a gobal new media network” with over 150 blogs on a variety of topics. Today, National Post reporter Mark Evans announced that… Reads more »

Has TechCrunch lost its edge?

I’ve been subscribed TechCrunch for quite a long time, and I rather enjoy reading about the various companies and technologies they profile. Lately though, I’ve noticed that TechCrunch seems to be reporting on “big company” or “big media” things far more than the little stuff. A good example of this is what happened today. I… Reads more »

VenturePrize Experience by Paramagnus

Dickson and I have been working on a blog specifically for VenturePrize (and Wes Nicol too) and it’s finally ready for public consumption! Basically you can read all about our experiences in the two competitions, starting way back in October 2005 when we first decided to take part in VenturePrize. The address is: http://ventureprize.paramagnus.com With… Reads more »

Blog Herald Sold

I guess selling blogs isn’t as surprising nowadays as it used to be, but I was still a little shocked when I found out earlier today that Duncan Riley’s popular Blog Herald had been sold. The word on the street is that the blog sold for around $70,000 USD. From Jeremy Wright: Why did Duncan… Reads more »