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Fund: Union Square Ventures

Posted by Anonymous on 2007-08-15

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I know Brad from his AT&T ventures days and he is one of those guys from "central casting" - cue middle-aged, rich WASP guy to deliver business platitudes - like, "disruptive", "barriers to entry", and "long-tail". Other than that he is arrogant but mostly harmless.

Fred on the other hand is a genuine person who is/seems passionate about what he does and really seems to like things he invests in. He writes one of the few VC blogs that I read, and even though I often disagree - he always makes me think and thats what's most important. He also doesn't seem to take himself too seriously - which is a quality that is rather refreshing. If I did a company in their space I would definitely want to approach Fred.

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