Jan 10

The Grindstone Spins, Yea, Inexorably to my Nose

So, I’m back to it.

56 months, three homes, three continents, two novels, one startup, one independent film, and one beautiful baby boy later, and I’m back where I (basically) began my career: Nautic Partners, a private equity firm with $2.5 billion of equity capital under management. I suppose the time had come to rediscover what the phrase “steady career” means. I’m going to be responsible for limited partner (a.k.a. investor) relations and, when the time comes, fundraising. The guys and gals here at Nautic are awesome, not to mention gracious for letting me re-join after a lengthy hiatus, and I’m happy about my new job. It’s like I never left – which I admit is a bit scary, kind of like those infinite time loops caused by Q in Star Trek: The Next Generation.

Anyway, do not fret!

  • Dead Man’s Burden is in the editing process, and you can all expect to have your socks blown off by Jared Moshe‘s kick ass western in 2012. I’m still helping him out on it, and that means I’m still going to talk about it. Sorry folks.
  • Superman Jed Lau’s startup Memoir Tree (www.memoirtree.com) continues to hurtle towards a successful launch in early 2012. I will stay involved on a more limited basis, but I will keep helping during beta.
  • I promise I won’t become a corporate tool (again).



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