I'm enjoying Penelope Trunk's new column for VentureBeat.
From the first column:
I am obnoxious and impatient. He is nice and sweet. This reminds me that math guys are not good at pitching companies, but they are very good for dating. They are patient and honest. Good qualities. But I digress, and anyway, if you are wondering, he’s married. So we are back to the company.
The code is already written. A lot of it. I want to tell you something: Don’t do this. Don’t write code before you know what you’re going to use it for. This company is a perfect example.
From the second column:
All startup founders should live in their parents’ house.
Speaking of startups, I've summarized my current consulting practice (which includes some developmental editing as well) at juliannechatelain.com.