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December 1, 2005

Blogging a Start-up

One of the coolest things about the Internet is finding people you had lost touch with. I grew up with the Kamholz brothers, who lived two doors up the street, but have only seen them once since I moved west during college. We reconnected over the Internet, though, and now we follow each others' careers and families online.

Andrew Kamholz recently started a new company, and he is blogging it every step of the way. Yesterday's post on cash flow and the blow to personal pride involved in having to put in more personal funds brought back lots of unpleasant memories for me. It is also an example of the 'full disclosure' that makes his blog great reading.

Posted by Bob Pritchett at December 1, 2005 7:00 AM

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