As a teenager, my dad taught me about the idea of unintended consequences, and I've had the experience, and how to deal with it, pounded into my soul over the years.
While I live a busy life, the pace ebbs and flows.
Technology doesn't address everything — for example, air travel still sucks.
I believe that all men and women are created equal, but it took our country until 1920 to acknowledge this for women. And then it took until 1964, the year before I was born, to outlaw discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, or national origin. And same-sex marriage became the law of the land in 2015.
I have no idea what the economics of the movie business is, especially with all the new Amazon, Netflix, Showtime, AMC, SyFy, and HBO series. But I am intrigued with what feels like a new type of show — the six-to-eight-hour movie. It's a little too long to watch in one setting, but you can watch it over a three- to five-day period.
By definition, as a company scales rapidly, it adds people quickly.
It's much easier to get a reception from someone if there is an introduction versus randomly trying to get in front of people.
December used to be very difficult for me. For many years, I fought the transition to the new year, was generally exhausted at the end of the year, and just wanted to hide. I described myself as a 'cranky Jewish kid who felt left out by Christmas'.
Brad Feld — quotes and aphorisms
A rite of passage in America when you turn 50 and have good health insurance is a colonoscopy.
Boulder is a very smart community.
My optimism holds that the good guys eventually come out on top.
I'm a strong believer that you can build great companies in time of both greed and fear. But you have to be paying attention and operating under the right assumptions. You don't have to believe history repeats itself, but you should accept that history rhymes.