More fodder for evidence-based diets

By Rick Colosimo / November 24, 2009 / Comments Off on More fodder for evidence-based diets

UPDATE: In a post on evidence-based diets, I wrote about the potential benefits to be gained if private chef, meal replacement, or even frozen dinner companies would structure their meals around evidence of benefits from particular dietary combinations, which could in turn be tailored to customer demographics: Garanimals for your tummy. This WSJ article on…

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Project: I Vote Autism

By Rick Colosimo / October 29, 2009 / Comments Off on Project: I Vote Autism

In this earlier post on single-issue voting, I described the genesis of my new political strategy/philosophy. So what? My goal is to create a framework for very specific, detailed information about politicians and voting records at all levels of government: federal, state, and local. We need to track not just voting on new laws but…

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Cause of action website worth copying

By Rick Colosimo / October 14, 2009 / Comments Off on Cause of action website worth copying

This site, COA.TX, has an incredibly straightforward tagline: Quick Reference for Causes of Action and Affirmative Defenses in Texas. — Caselaw Snippets from Recent Texas Appellate Opinions. Lawyers with a national practice (often driven by national clients) can spend a surprising amount of time pulling specific quotes from the relevant jurisdiction to either get complaints…

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How to use venture capital "check the box" forms

By Rick Colosimo / August 12, 2009 / Comments Off on How to use venture capital "check the box" forms

Writing about Ted Wang’s “simple series A” reminded me of this idea I came up with years ago. One alternative to drafting that I’ve always liked: “check the box” forms.” During any moderately stable period in Silicon Valley, certain terms become “market,” meaning that there’s little real dispute about them in substance and only some…

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