Friends, I want to thank you for all the support you've given this blog over the past three or four years.
It's been a good run. Two or three years ago, I started blogging every day, and that was the ticket for making a vibrant community here.
This blog became America's number one securities law blog, and number five IP law blog. We sustained that ranking for many months, perhaps well over a year.
But my writing muse has taken me in different directions this year. You might say, back to my roots, writing in a manner reminiscent of how I spent my 20s, combined with the influence of what I read in my teens and early 20s.
So I'm going to pursue that.
My new direction does not mean I don't appreciate the loyalty and attention you gave my work on this blog over the past few years.
Will I again blog about startup law and public policy issues that impact emerging companies?
I hope so. Not daily; and probably not on this blog.
I'm hoping LinkedIn, or some other platform, will feel like the right way to occasionally opine on issues impacting the emerging company ecosystem.
I remain very involved on public policy matters through my work on the Advisory Council to the Angel Capital Association. And - knock on wood, and thanks be to God - my law practice is currently insanely busy, so I remain deeply involved, on a day-to-day basis, with the practical implications of changes in securities law.
Until I find the new, occasional platform for writing about legal and tech stuff, please remain friendly with me via Twitter. Reminder: I am @wac6.
I love you, loyal readers, and will see you at the Machine House in Georgetown for a pint of bitter.