For months, I've been watching with interest the publicly traded search engine company headquartered in Mountain View, CA, just miles from where I lived during the dot com bubble. SearchGuy.com went public in May through a reverse merger. For SearchGuy.com, the bubble is not over. The company runs from press release to press release as it tries to grow into its valuation.
I recently blogged about the book Angel Investing, which I think every entrepreneur should read. The book, written by two Harvard Business School professors in 2000, claims that thirty to forty times more ventures get funded each year by "angel investors" than by venture capital firms.
I don't think entrepreneurs get this.
ZDNet broke this story today in the UK and Australia--but I can't find it on the US web site yet. Google registered gbrowser.com in April. They've hired some browser developers and hosted the Mozilla developers meeting last month.