Tag Archives: VentureLab

Tarantula Experiment

A few months ago, Paul Freet (VentureLab) reached out to me and asked if StarPound would be interested in being a beta tester for a new software testing platform (Tarantula) being developed by a team of researchers at Georgia Tech.  I forwarded the message on to our CTO, Wei Wang, who followed up with the …

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Wifi Cat: The Backstory

The following is my account of the Wifi Cat ruse we pulled off last week at Startup Riot 2009 in Atlanta.  This is from memory, so the timeline may be a bit off here or there – but it will give you the gist. Birth of a Kitten Several weeks ago, I was down at …

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A Lens into VentureLab

If you’ve ever been curious about what Stephen Fleming and his crew are tinkering around with down inside the bowels of Georgia Tech’s VentureLab, you won’t want to miss this. Through countless hours of toiling over database schema and Maker’s Mark, Stephen has rolled out a really cool new site that lays out all the …

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Welcome to the Blogosphere, Mr. Fleming!

It is good to see more of Atlanta’s venture professionals getting involved within the online community. The latest entrant is Stephen Fleming, chief poobah over at Georgia Tech’s Venturelab. Check out his new blog here. And speaking of Stephen Fleming, congratulations on securing new investors for XCOR! If you missed our recent StartupLounge.com podcast with …

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Inside VentureLab and XCOR

In continuing with our torrid pace of podcasting, Mike Blake and I sat down and had a great discussion with Stephen Fleming of VentureLab. Enjoy the latest installment of our StartupLounge.com podcast. We also picked Stephen’s brain on the current early-stage/venture landscape here in Atlanta. We also did a deep dive into XCOR Aerospace (one …

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