ANGEL media hits so far… thank you.

Wanted to say thank you to everyone who has had me on their podcast/networks/etc. to discuss my new book ANGEL.

Podcast/Radio: Guest Appearances on Angel
2CentDad: Interview by Mike Sudyk
Bloomberg Markets: Interview by Carol Massar and Cory Johnson
Educate Yourself: Interview by Ryan Carson
Forbes: Interview by Steven Bertoni
The Full Ratchet: Interview by Nick Moran
Inside Outside Innovation: Interview by Brian Ardinger and Josh Berry
Intercom: Interview by Des Traynor
The James Altucher Show: Interview by James Altucher
KindredCast: Interview by Alex Michael
The Learning Leader: Interview by Ryan Hawk
The Matt Report: Interview by Matt Medieros
The Meb Faber Show: Interview by Meb Faber
Mixergy: Interview by Andrew Werner
Success! How I Did It: Interview by Alyson Shontell
The Twenty Minute VC: Interview by Harry Stebbings

Media Hits

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Should everyone be an angel investor? + some upcoming events

The biggest question I was asked about angel investing during my New York book tour was, “Can anyone be an angel investor?”

Today I want to try and answer that question and let you know about some upcoming events.

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First, some upcoming events:

This Tuesday, August 15th, I will be in Los Angeles speaking at Google in Venice (Google employees only) from 11:30AM-1:00PM.

Tuesday night, August 15th, I will be speaking at a public event, “Live Talks Los Angeles: An Evening with Jason Calacanis” at 8:00PM, which you can register for here: http://bit.ly/eveningjcal

I’ll be going to Stockholm, New York and Los Angeles in the fall. Frequently updated schedule here: angelthebook.com/tour

Second, “Can/Should everyone angel invest?”

I wrote the book “Angel” in order to detail the risks involved in angel investing, and share

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Should everyone be an angel investor? + some upcoming events

The biggest question I was asked about angel investing during my New York book tour was, “Can anyone be an angel investor?”

Today I want to try and answer that question and let you know about some upcoming events.

[ Click to Tweet (can edit before sending): http://ctt.ec/6sNj5 ]

First, some upcoming events:

This Tuesday, August 15th, I will be in Los Angeles speaking at Google in Venice (Google employees only) from 11:30AM-1:00PM.

Tuesday night, August 15th, I will be speaking at a public event, “Live Talks Los Angeles: An Evening with Jason Calacanis” at 8:00PM, which you can register for here: http://bit.ly/eveningjcal

I’ll be going to Stockholm, New York and Los Angeles in the fall. Frequently updated schedule here: angelthebook.com/tour

Second, “Can/Should everyone angel invest?”

I wrote the book “Angel” in order to detail the risks involved in angel investing, and share

🙂
Continue reading "Should everyone be an angel investor? + some upcoming events"

LAUNCH Incubator is looking for a Program Director

Program Director, LAUNCH Incubator

LAUNCH is looking for a driven and resourceful leader to develop content, curriculum and events for founders in the LAUNCH Incubator, as well as for our alumni and potential investments.

The ideal candidate is resourceful and a great communicator, who can listen to our founders, determine what speakers, skills and content would be most helpful to them in building their businesses, and quickly build content for them.

Responsibilities
  • Develop content for the LAUNCH Incubator, LAUNCH Festival, LAUNCH SCALE, Angel Summit and This Week in Startups that helps founders grow.
  • Manage mentors & speakers for 18 sessions of the LAUNCH Incubator. (Each session has five mentors, so this would be 90 mentors per year.)
  • Understand Lean Startup methodology to optimize your efforts.
  • Build and maintain relationships with our network of influencers.
  • Identify key topics, events, and issues for influencers to offer input on.
  • Communicate actively with Continue reading "LAUNCH Incubator is looking for a Program Director"

Technically Sentient

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I’m excited to announce another fantastic newsletter today: Technically Sentient. It’s all about artificial intelligence, robotics, and neurotechnology.

This one is special, because it’s not starting from scratch like our other newsletters have. Rob May has been doing a fantastic job writing it over the past couple of years, and now he’s bringing his expertise to Inside to reach our smart, sophisticated audience.

If you think this is interesting, here are a couple of things you can do:

  1. Head over to Product Hunt and look for Technically Sentient, and leave a comment (I’m doing a Q&A right now)
  2. Subscribe: Inside.com/technically-sentient
  3. Forward to a friend who cares about AI.

Artificial intelligence is one of the most important areas of technology emerging today, and Rob really has his finger to the pulse of it. If you care about AI, this newsletter is simply a must-read.

As always, leave a comment and Continue reading "Technically Sentient"

Inside Drones

Friends,

Today we’re thrilled to be launching yet another awesome newsletter: Inside Drones.

If you think this is interesting, here are a couple of things you can do:

  1. Head over to Product Hunt and look for Inside Drones, and leave a comment (I’m doing a Q&A right now)   

  2. Subscribe: drones.inside.com

  3. Forward to a friend who cares about drones.

  4. Click to tweet a subscribe button (can edit before sending)

Drones continue to shift industries from film and photography to farming and urban development. They are advancing in quality, speed, and price at staggering rates, and the innovation doesn’t appear to be slowing down.

We’re committing a substantial amount of our editorial efforts each week to understanding this industry and the communities that are growing around it, and to delivering all the news that technologists, investors, enthusiasts, and pilots are looking for.

We’ve been iterating on it in private Continue reading "Inside Drones"