What next for Jason Calacanis?
Now that Jason Calacanis has sold Weblogs Inc., to AOL for a reported $25 million, and it not being the first time Calacanis has developed a media play and onsold it for a profit, I thought we’d start a thread on what he might do next.
1. Start up a podcasting network
He’s only just launched Engadget Labs with a purpose built podcasting studio, I cant see AOL wanting the studio, so perhaps Podcasting Inc.,?
2. Start up a Web 2.0 company
Jason’s been caught up in the buzz of the whole Web 2.0/ Ajax/ DHTML craze that’s been sweeping the blogosphere of late, would seem like an ideal future endeavor
3. Have babies, raise a family
Its not impossible, he is after all engaged (as opposed to Engadgeted), and he’s not short of a quid either. Maybe its a quiet life for him from now on?
Leave your comment: what should Jason Calacanis do next?
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Hey Duncan, don’t give J any ideas. I almost have him convinced to come write for Bloglogic ;-)
Maybe it’s time for him to remove my comic strip from his blog – that he had stolen from me, removed copyright and placed on his server.
Pods and sods, babies, the quiet life … I’m sure he appreciates your advice, Duncan :-)
Has anyone considered he might go on the AOL/TimeWarner board. He knows a thing or two about advertising, and that’s what the tired old dear needs now ~ I mean AOL not Jason, of course.
Or maybe he should become an adviser to b5media on how to position a blog network for sale to mainstream media. ;-)
ComicStrip, I’d be sending out a bill with a few zeros if I were you.
This may sound crazy, but I think he should give me money. That’s what he should do next. :)