.com’s are better the second time around
this week 3 lawyer blogs offer a retrospective of the dot-com era and the lessons that law firms can learn from said much-maligned dot-com companies.
first up Bruce MacEwen’s post $500,000 Is The New $5 Million where he highlights recent lessons from the dot-com bubble that he gleaned from 2 recent articles in the Wall Street Journal and the New York Times. From the WSJ, MacEwen learned that perhaps the period of the Web bubble had too few of the right kinds of start-ups. And what were the right kinds? [more].
editor’s note: yeah, i was at that party too. lots of money. lots of hype. lots of excitement. people lost their life savings, marriages were shattered, jobs lost. but still, there are those of us who feel compelled to keep trying.