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Craig Walker Hits The Blogosphere

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Uber-startup, turnaround artist and good friend, Craig Walker who now has UberConference launched --with more greatstuff to come, and likely best known for being the co-founder of Grand Central, a former client company and one of our 26+ exits which I actually made real money on, has finally joined the blogosphere. And, in Craig's humble style, as well as demonstrating his legal background--yes, he's a reformed attorney or lapsed lawyer-take you pick-  he's laid out his first post like a legal brief, setting the stage for what's to come. And come it shall.........

So I'm glad he's here. My first exposure to Craig came on a panel I moderated at some TMCnet IT Expo conference many years ago. Craig was witty, outspoken and made his points eloquently. We became friends, he and Vincent Paquet sold Dialpad to Yahoo, then he started GrandCentral, which is now Google Voice, we helped make it big and the rest is history. Along the way I have been suggesting he blog. Well, many years later he is all part of what he's doing with his own VC fund, Firespotter Labs and his latest venture, UberConference. So Nosh on, it like I will be, because Mr. Walker will likely do more than just fiddling about technology, all on ..spottingfire. 


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