Erik's Weblog 2.0

November 30, 2004

Bad Timing

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Bad Timing

Unless you've been living in a cocoon, you've probably heard that Diego's company is reaching the end of the rope. Diego is left looking for the next big thing.

I've known Diego for a while now, and I really like the lad. It doesn't hurt that he's one hell of a Java developer.

As soon as I heard of the imminent demise, I went to work on a way for me to acquire his company's technology assets and more importantly, Diego himself.

I have several options still in play, but timing could not have been worse. My liquidity is at a all-time low as I recently shuffled all of my assets around in order to prepare for our move to Europe in Q1.

I'm still looking at possibilities with my bank in Europe, but it is a slow and tedious process.

Never the less, if you're interested, like me, in investing in Diego, please do. I'd hate to see all of his work go to waste.