in Week in Review

Weekend Reading – November 29, 2008

Jon Ehrlich, COO of Vancouver based Live Current Media, narrowly escaped from the Oberoi Hotel Terrorist Attack in Mumbai.

After receiving a cease and desist letter for use of the trademark ‘dex’ for their new CRM service, Mercury Grove has decided to crowdsource the company’s product name. Pitch in!

Mark McQueen gave Roger Martin an ‘F’ for his findings on venture capital in the Seventh Annual Report on Ontario’s Competitiveness and Prosperity.

Update: ClutterMe received bids for as much as $48,327 CAD, but the tenacious founders were looking for more and decided to continue growing the site instead of taking money off the table.