Have you ever met Andy Liu? He’s the CEO of BuddyTV. Most entrepreneurs I know are miserable with how the world is now — it’s why they’re entrepreneurs — but Andy seems perpectually delighted by it. He smiles more than anyone I’ve ever met, in an entirely goofy, genuine way.
Which is odd, because he also seems to be a heat-seeking, money-making missile: you expect anyone with Andy’s savvy to be obsessed with cold, hard cash but his commercial knack seems more like the before-bedtime card tricks an uncle shows you for sheer fun.
Andy just launched a blog for startups called InspiredStartup that discusses how to negotiate, how to score cheap office space, how to avoid unprofitable customers. It’s bursting with good ideas. It isn’t stuck up.
In fact, it’s written in an easy-going style — it reminds me of the great Fred Wilson — that I can never quite manage here. I’ve added it to my feed, and we’ll put it in our blogroll soon enough…