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April 08, 2008


Nathan Burke

Great post, Don. I was trying to put together a list of this month's web, tech, social media, and startup events taking place in Boston, then I saw this post this morning. Great resource, thanks!


Re: Boston-based entrepreneur bloggers:

I recommend http://onstartups.com/ too. I've been following it for quite a while now, and Dharmesh posts some good stuff.

tom summit

I think your readers would also find these resources useful.

Directory of Boston VC's and their investments.

Don Dodge

Thanks for the comments. Yes Dharmesh Shah at OnStartups.com is great. I know Dharmesh personally and have the greatest respect for him. He and Brian Halligan have a cool new company called HubSpot.

Tom, you are right. I like the 93South blog too.


I am a member of Boston Entrepreneur Group (http://entrepreneur.meetup.com/674/) and we have bi-weekly meetings plus numerous other meetings with focus on such issues as VC, angels, legal issues, and etc. This is a very active group, so you have to be quick about RSVPing to the meetings. Events get booked up in 24 hours.
In 3 months I have been a member I have gained not only good insight in areas I was not familiar with, but I also met some great people.

James McDisi

Don't forget the Boston edition of OpenCoffee. I've been to two and they are very informal but wonderful events. Every Thursday at 10am at Andala Coffee in Cambridge. They tend to be the younger web entrepreneur set who come by.

It was started by two folks who should be on your list of bloggers, Bijan Sabet (www.bijansabet.com) and Nabeel Hyatt (http://nabeel.typepad.com)

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