Getting Glam’ed

Many of us knew that Ralf Hirt has been with Glam for years, but they just signed Navdeep Saini over there as well. Navdeep was here, with me, in Silicon Valley. He founded Permuto, which became Buysight, but left there and has landed with Glam – good luck!

Undertone Engineering Opening

This one landed in my email box and while it doesn’t list it, you will get to work with Avi Singer, as a perk!

Undertone is currently looking for a VP of Engineering reporting to our CTO. This role can be based in NY or San Francisco and will have the opportunity to build a team as well as develop our proprietary technology.
More information about the role is available here: https://jobs-undertone.icims.com/jobs/1202/job?mode=view

We also have an opening for VP of Product Management here in NY.

If you know of anyone who might be interested in either position please let me know or you can just have them send me their resume to asinger {at} undertone(.)com.

Twitter Weekly Updates for 2011-02-06

  • ran into @jessecozart at the SFO airport! #
  • on UAL a clicker PM. i'm coach, he's business. he better be using miles, that's all i'm sayin #

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Mobile DSPs POV by Senor brussell sprouts

Steve Golus opines about Mobile DSPs.. But even better than his thoughts are his love for brussel sprouts might be more insightful (credit: bkane)

Not news, but getting mention anyway

Stuart Frankel, Larry Adams and others have a company, Narrative Science.  DR is on the board – shock!  They’ve been in the news lately, the whole content farm controversy.

Lawyer Cat is out of the bag

In case you missed the news, Matt Haies left Google late last year (2010).  He has hung up a shingle, a real live web site.  Here I was thinking, “man, Matt was a great lawyer to work with.”  Little did I know that Matt could himself up some lovely HTML.  On top of that, to nobody’s surprise, the site has a pristine privacy policy.  Good luck Matt and PrivaCeed.  And, oh yea!  Greg Tagaris is their CTO.  Poor Greg must need to carry around a thick pocket full of business cards, from his many ventures 😉

In other news I’m late to report, Steve Dove headed to Spain, to work for Prisa.  I don’t know much about the company, but thankfully, there’s a press release in English.