I am reblogging an article written by my friend, Greg Moore. Hopefully, we all have our data locked down, but I felt that what he wrote was important enough that it was worth passing along.
I was going to write about something else and just happened to see a tweet from Grant Fritchey that prompted a change in topics.
Grant’s comment reminded me of two incidents I’ve been involved with over the years that didn’t end well for others.
In the first case, during the first dot-com bubble, I was asked to partake in the due diligence of a company we were looking to acquire. I expected to spend a lot of time on the project, but literally spent about 30 minutes before I sent an email saying it wasn’t worth going further.
Like all dot-com companies, they had a website. That is after all, sort of a requirement to…
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