This stuff clearly appears to be forming an interesting business concept. I'll run out in my kitchen (which furthermore accounts for some fucking great squaremetres of inadvertently laboratory), to invent some sugary return on investment.
Congratulations on your sale of Skype! Is there a polite, private way to get in touch with you about my company? Apologies, as I know this is not the proper place. If you like movies, I would like to talk to you about one I am making. Thank you, and again, apologies for the intrusion on your blog... Kindly, Eric firstname.lastname@example.org
# posted by Anonymous : 2:18 AM, September 17, 2005
No worries - I love ideas and people with enough drive to get them to the rigth people.... I will probobly never invest in movies and music - I simply dont get it.
Thank you for your kind words. Being a passionate filmmaker is painful...it's like if you're a race car driver sitting in the fastest car ever built, but having to talk to a thousand people, raise a million dollars, before anyone will put a drop of fuel in the tank...but boy when that engine fires up!
If you would ever consider becoming one of the thousand people I need to talk to, I'll happily get on a plane tomorrow to help make clear your understanding of the film industry (I fly stand-by for free). Thanks again. -Eric
# posted by Anonymous : 3:04 AM, September 18, 2005
I know more then ANYONE how you feel - I´ve been talking to venture funds and investros since I was 22 - and FELT LIKE I WAS PERSONALLY A Mercedes McLaren - but It took me 5 years to get started building via capita injections frominvestors... So KEEP ON - its deffenetly possible - if even stupid me can do it.
You're awesome! Thanks for the encouragement! I do love that McLaren, but for half-million, I don't know. One of my investors, and best friend Brad, (I'm on the right) has the Mercedes V-12, SL600, which is the most thrilling car I've ever driven! 0-100kph in under 4 seconds! You really feel it in your lower back too! And it's 1/3 the cost of the McLaren with the same, basic body. I still want to drive his new car though! You've been very cool, and I appreciate it. My website is here if you want to keep up on my progress. Thanks again for your encouragement. It really means a lot to me :-) - Eric
# posted by Anonymous : 9:43 AM, September 19, 2005